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Antenna array


Chris Quirk
 


HI: 6 antennas 7 radios I use the Phantom antennas for 800 Mhzs 150 and and 450. The center base load is for 42 Mhzs and 144Mhzs with a duplexer. The phantom antennas work reasonably well and instead of removing 6 antennas at underground parking garage I remove the whip on the 42 Mhzs antenna which makes life easier, I have a couple of events where I need more gain so I swap the phantom antennas for a center load or half wave whip. 


Mark Lassman
 

These antennas might be good enough for very local stuff, but I can’t see them working very well for something more than a few miles away. 


On Jan 1, 2020, at 3:47 PM, Chris Quirk via Groups.Io <w6cjq@...> wrote:


HI: 6 antennas 7 radios I use the Phantom antennas for 800 Mhzs 150 and and 450. The center base load is for 42 Mhzs and 144Mhzs with a duplexer. The phantom antennas work reasonably well and instead of removing 6 antennas at underground parking garage I remove the whip on the 42 Mhzs antenna which makes life easier, I have a couple of events where I need more gain so I swap the phantom antennas for a center load or half wave whip. 
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Michael
 

Chris,

Show us the inside so we can see the radio set up!

Mike


Don Curtis <Don.Curtis@...>
 

Try telling your airbags the velcro is good enough.