[amsat-bb] Re: Want to buy m2 70 cm eggbeater

Lawn, Richard RLawn at uarts.edu
Fri Jul 20 14:17:34 PDT 2012


I've thought of that. I have m2 crossed yagis at home which work of course very well. Here at the faction home I'm limited and our likely move in the next year will likely make it impossible to keep that setup so I've been exploring stationary antennas at the lake house in preparation for home qth changes. I do have an elk and arrow antennas and have though of figuring out a way to mount them on the same boom with a fixed angle of say 30 deg and rotate with an old tv rotor I have.
Rick
W2JAZ


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On Jul 20, 2012, at 4:45 PM, "Andrew Glasbrenner" <glasbrenner at mindspring.com> wrote:

> For the money an eggbeater costs, you could put a small UHF beam on a old tv rotor with a bit of uptilt and have much more signal to work with. Just a thought.
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> 73, Drew KO4MA
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>> From: "Lawn, Richard" <RLawn at uarts.edu>
>> Sent: Jul 20, 2012 4:09 PM
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>> Subject: [amsat-bb] Want to buy m2 70 cm eggbeater
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>> Let me know if anyone had a m2 70cm eggbeater they want to sell. I'm tired of working with these home brewed antennas! The weather gets to them too easily and my 2meter m2 eggbeater works great!
>> Rick
>> W2JAZ
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