Ham Radio Mast for Antenna | Setup. Post #1272.


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Telescoping fiberglass poles are useful for supporting a variety of antennas from inverted vees to horizontal dipoles.  In this video from "AnyThingWithWheels" we see just how easy it is to assemble, build, and use a MK-4-HD pole to support HF antennas.  In this video, "AnythingWithWheels" extends the pole to 25 feet/7.62 meters to support his antenna high above ground.  This telescoping pole is fairly lightweight at 17.3 pounds/7.86 kilograms, making it good for portable operations.

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Thanks for joining us today.

Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).

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