>How is the new Ten-Tec transceiver working? As good as you thought it
>I live in a restricted area where no antennas can be "visible" to any of
>my neighbors, so I utilize attic dipoles for all bands. I do fairly well
>but I could do a little better if I had a good, sensitive, selective,
>low-noise receiver. Fortunately, my location is quite noise free. I
>would appreciate any comment you might have.
Thanks for your note. Have you t tried a balloon to raise your after
dark verticals?; maybe it is too windy there to try, certainly is
too windy out here!!
Yes, I am thrilled with the Omni. But at the moment I am completely
re-working the set up in my small radio shack room. So I have most
of my gear out of here, while I set up some shelves to better
arrange the gear. I am sort of following the shelf set up
by Val, NrRJ's, rig plan, to see his set up, have a look at:
Once I get the thing built up, I will begin to bring each item
back in here, and very neatly, I hope, rewire/cable all together
and eliminate the amazing rat's nest of wires, coax, ground
strap, etc. from what has been in here these past 7 years!!
73, Jim, KH7M
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