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Re: Voyager DX !

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  • NF6E
    Mike, I assume you had some help hoisting that monster. I know I needed help with my Titan. I m personally interested in how that antenna performs on 75m and
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 1, 2004
      Mike,

      I assume you had some help hoisting that monster. I know I needed
      help with my Titan.

      I'm personally interested in how that antenna performs on 75m and
      160m.

      We'd love to see pictures of it too, so charge the batteries on that
      digital camera and start snappin' some!

      Jason NF6E

      --- In GapAntennas@yahoogroups.com, "Michael" <mvician@y...> wrote:
      > Well guys, finally got the 45 foot monster standing vertical !
      > Thought it was never going to spring up, and finally after the base
      > was what looked like past 45 degrees from my vantage point of
      > pulling on the forward guy ropes, it finally did :-)
      > Hardest part of the whole thing was getting the guys equal, so that
      > there wasn't a bow in one direction or the other. Looking forward
      to
      > this evening when the low bands open up to see what she will do in
      > comparison to my dipole. A quick scan thru 20 meters showed some
      > stronger sigs on the Voyager and others on the dipole. Will also be
      > nice to see how it does on 20m DX. It's a rainy/cloudy day here
      > today, so will post some pics soon, nice day is forcast for
      tomorrow.
      >
      > 73 de KA9WMW Mike
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