Hi Scott -
Great idea, but in DC good luck with the Zoning Boards. Anything more than
12-feet over a rooftop needs a permit, and below 12 feet over is still in the
gray area depending on how the rules are interpreted and how visible the
antenna is from street level.
You might want to include a big batch of cookies for all the neighbors along
with the rest of the hardware. If you see any grannies with clipboards
sniffing around, you'll also need a legal reserve fund. Maryland is easier.
p.s. Hans - I would hold off on the moving trucks
> Date: Thu, 07 Jul 2011 20:04:51 -0600
> From: Barry <email@example.com>
> Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Looking for a station in Washington DC
> Kill two birds with one stone - get a free antenna and be in a
> competitive area for ARRL DX :.)
> Barry W2UP
> On 7/7/2011 6:58 PM, Radio K0HB wrote:
> I'm willing to move.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Friday, July 08, 2011 12:31 AM
> To: TOWERTALK@contesting.com
> Cc: email@example.com
> Subject: [CQ-Contest] Looking for a station in Washington DC
> Hello All,
> I'm looking for an amateur radio op or a college/university club station
> located in Washington DC to host a 20m monoband Yagi at their QTH for a
> research project.
> The QTH needs to be 20 miles (or less) from Dupont Circle in DC.
> If there is not an existing tower to install upon then we will install the
> tower. We will also install the Yagi, feedline, and our research
> equipment...all at no cost to the host.
> The host will have use of the Yagi when it is not in use for the project,
> and when the project is done the Yagi (and, if applicable, the tower) will
> be left behind with the host to be used as they see fit.
> Please contact me off-list if you fulfill the above criteria and are
> 73, Scott W3TX
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