View of the W3LPL antenna farm from W8WWV's quadcopter, looking north-east towards Europe
Greg's fly-by video can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/m1PzsVtxROc
Use the highest resolution that you can handle for your Internet download speed, ideally the full 1080p resolution.
Its best viewed in “full screen” mode to get the most detail and avoid video artifacts in the fine details in the antenna elements and lines and wires.
Turn up your speakers since Greg added his ever-present industrial background music.
Thanks Greg for a fantastic video!
It was my pleasure to be interviewed by Eric, 4Z1UG in December 2016. Eric has interviewed more than a hundred well known active hams and made them available on his web site.
Enter the callsign of the interview in the search box in the upper right hand corner of his homepage.
Looking south at six of the nine AB-105 towers at W3LPL. Left-to-Right:
50 meter rotating tower with three stacked 8 element 10 meter K3LR OWA Yagis on 48 foot booms and a 7 element six meter Yagi on a 24 foot boom
60 meter tower with three stacked 7 element 15 meter K3LR OWA Yagis on 48 foot booms
60 meter tower with three stacked 6 element 20 meter K3LR OWA Yagis on 48 foot booms
50 meter rotating tower with two stacked 6 element 20 meter K3LR OWA Yagis on 48 foot booms and 5 element 17 and 12 meter Yagis,
50 meter rotating tower with 3 stacked 7 element 15 meter K3LR OWA Yagis on 48 foot booms and a 3 element full size 30 meter Yagi on a 35 foot boom
60 meter Trylon 2400H tower (AB-105 with 50% thicker legs) with two rotating stacked 3 element full size 40 meter Yagis on 48 foot booms and stacked 6 element 10 meter Yagis on 36 foot booms
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