Any guidelines for using trees?
I have a cabin I use at about 7000' el with a clear North 180 degree shot of
the ridgetop, there are too many trees to get much up, I am planning on
hauling my 2 el Steppir up to around 35' BETWEEN two trees. I will use a
tagline for "rotation". Since I can't get to the tops of these pine trees, I
think this is my best option.
Any ideas, comments, things to watch for?
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Sent: Tuesday, January 23, 2007 8:30 AM
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Internet Antenna Elevation
> In a message dated 1/21/2007 2:19:09 P.M. Central America Standard T,
> email@example.com writes:
>> My question
> As no one is suggesting anything other than a roof guyed pole, what
> should it be made out of?
> Glass fiber?
> Steel Tubing?
> Could I get way with water pipe?
> I did like the tree mounting option. I've installed a bunch of yagis
> including 2L 40M beams in trees and they work like gangbusters. You might
> have a
> problem with tree movement if you use a dish but no problems with a yagi.
> How about a roof mounted tower ala' GME with a pipe mast sticking up
> give you more height?
> Using the aforementioned materials for a pipe mast is kind of
> problematic. They'll need to be guyed before you get up too high; you
> might as well go
> with a real tower.
> Steve K7LXC
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