- ... Oops! Sorry about that - it s been fixed now. -- Matthew, KF4LHP ICQ: 6280641 Web: http://www.qsl.net/kf4lhp/ EMail: email@example.comMessage 1 of 4 , Apr 5, 1999View SourceScott Murdock wrote:
>Oops! Sorry about that - it's been fixed now.
> From: Scott Murdock <scott-murdock@...>
> Fascinating! I get a blank page for page 332, so I'm still in suspense!
> Amazing stuff. I wish I knew about this when I visited CM several years
> back. Heck, even last year I didn't know an L-4 site when I saw one
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- Matthew, Great article - thanks for posting it. I was particularly interested in the sidewall coupler ; I had always wondered how the radio equipment atMessage 2 of 4 , Apr 7, 1999View SourceMatthew,
Great article - thanks for posting it. I was particularly interested in
the "sidewall coupler"; I had always wondered how the radio equipment at
hardened microwave sites was protected against blast pressures coming in
through the waveguides.
I also liked the picture showing technicians at the antenna site feeding
waveguide sections into the conduit. BTW, I think William Arkin's book
"Nuclear Battlefields" has a picture of one of the hardened antennas at