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hf mobile ant

Postby nordhavn » 18 Jun 2017, 18:58

Has anyone used a mobile Hf antenna as a temp homebase ?
I'm having my roof repaired by the end of the summer so not a lot of point in installing a permanent antenna .
I can get hold of one of those multi band mobile antennas I have no idea how well they work .
I can Chuck this onto my shed which is 16x9 foot with a corrugated roof , would it work temporary?

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Re: hf mobile ant

Postby Bigdave » 22 Jun 2017, 14:12

Something is better than nothing, it always going to be a compromise but will do the job for now m8 .............................
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Re: hf mobile ant

Postby GaryWilson » 25 Jun 2017, 06:58

I would use a "random wire" or an end fed out of the window to a tree or pole if thats an option.
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Re: hf mobile ant

Postby bigbloke » 26 Jun 2017, 14:22

Have you considered wrapping a length of wire (say about 20m worth) around a 7 or 10m GRP fishing pole like a SOTA pole.

tune that up against a counterpoise wire draped across the garden

very cheap

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