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Former bush pilot, and forest fire air tanker pilot. Flew B-25, A-26, and the Grumman TBM. That,s me in the Grumman TBM3E and the B-25

After 2 crashes, neither one my fault, I traded in the airplanes for a sailboat, and became a house dad.

I run VE7MTW Antenna Manufacturing, where I USED to build TRADITIONAL open wire ladderline by itself, and/or complete All Band Doublet and loop antennas, for those amateurs who don,t have the time or patience to build their own. 

NOTE: I no longer manufacture open wire feedline, but you can drop me an email, and I will send materials list, and six self explanatory construction photos that will show you how to build great ladderline, cheaply and quickly, that will last a long, long time. I routinely build 100 plus ft of ladderline, in less than 45 minutes.

Picture on left is ladderline, and 540 ft loop, up since 2002. Picture on the right, is a 40 thru 10 Mtr Junior Doublet.The center picture is 102 ftof new ladderline, (It is NOT a fence!!!) stretched out in the yard nine months ago for final inspection, 

My own station is a very humble Yaesu FT102, Icom 730, outboard tuner, and 160 thru 10 mtr coverage on either my Doublet or Loop antenna. I regret having to use 4 ft of coax

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