A viewer asks: “I am running three UHF and four VHF radios. They are all on different frequencies. What would be the minimum spacing for the antennas?” Joe and I tackle this common question about placing multiple VHF/UHF antennas on a tower or mast.
Description A 3 element 144MHz LFA-Q (Super-rigid Quad-style) Super-Light Quad StyleYagi for 144-146MHz The LFA-Q Packs a bigger punch than a traditio… Read more
Tornado Tuner 80D being fitted onto a Force 12 Magnum 80 meter rotatable dipole as seen from underneath Price 659,95 – USD See More : Lin… Read more
“Part 1 of my 3 part series of a mode that you may be interested in. GMRS, General Mobile Radio Service. Picture it as a licensed service servic… Read more
ICOM IC-7300 Features Frequency: 1.8～200MHz Power Range: 30/300/3000W Input Connector: N Female Cross needle SWR and Power indications in one meter un… Read more
Messi & Paoloni – Notwithstanding its small dimension (7,3 mm) its performances are so good to outperform RG 213/U (10,2 mm) and put into sh… Read more