I don't know that Array Solutions still carries the 80m vertical. ZeroFive
Antennas http://www.zerofive-antennas.com sells one that looks very
similar to the Array Solutions freestanding vertical for $2200. I built a
54' freestanding vertical at P40A for considerably less. For K1TTT's
installation, I would consider using 3" diameter aluminum tubing guyed at
two levels. The larger top sections will improve the bandwidth and I think
it's a strong antenna than can be built for a reasonable price. I believe
that K4JA built his 80m 9 circle vertical array this way.
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] 80m 4-square materials
From: "Mike Fatchett"
Date: Sat, 16 Dec 2006 09:16:16 -0700
I believe that Array Solutions also has full sized 80m verticals.
David Robbins K1TTT pravi:
>I am trying to decide what to use to build 4 new 80m verticals for a
>4-square upgrade here. My criteria are:
>1. full size 1/4 wave verticals, no top or base loading.
>2. must be able to standup to new England winters at 2000' with ice and
>wind 3. must be new material, I don't want to go scrounging for used
>tower or pipe.
>4. prefer only 1 guy level, but will do 2 if necessary.
>5. prefer to stand up complete, but will climb to add top section(s) if
>necessary, crane or truck access will be very hard to this spot.
>6. prefer something that can be delivered to here, truck delivery is
>not a problem, I don't want to have to haul long stuff myself.
>So, what might fit those criteria??
>David Robbins K1TTT
>AR-Cluster node: 145.69MHz or telnet://dxc.k1ttt.net
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