ko6th.greg at gmail.com
Fri Jul 22 20:34:18 UTC 2016
1. You can test the plastic for RF absorption by putting a sample of it
in a microwave oven, along with a coffee mug of water (as a dummy load)
for a minute or two. If the plastic stays cold, it's good.
2. Besides the RF angle, also consider a material that will stand up to
the sun for however long you plan to have this deployed.
> I'm putting together a very basic and simple ground station. I have a
> Little Wheel 70cm for an antenna, and a NICE ARR 70 cm gasfet preamp.
> Now I want to mast mount of course the pre amp right at the antenna.
> And there are a lot of connections there. So was thinking of making
> some sort of a Radome to cover it all.
> And was thinking something as simple as a Ice Cream Bucket.
> Are there any "Plastics" I should avoid? I do not want to have any
> effect on the already weak RF. I want it to be as transparent as
> Joe WB9SBD
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