I wish I could find the pic I took of a wooden extension ladder being used
as a tower just North of Palatka one day (Putnam Co.). I about died
laughing. I wouldn't have even asked! Sometimes it's easier to ask
forgiveness than permission down here.
I know a few hams in the county if you want to talk to any of them on how
they did it.
73 Dave n4zkf
AR-Cluster node: 145.05 Mhz. or telnet://dxc.n4zkf.com:23
CC-Cluster node: 145.07 Mhz. or telnet://ccc.n4zkf.com:7373
Packet BBS: 145.05 Mhz.-14.098 Mhz. or telnet://bbs.n4zkf.com:6300
BPQ Node: 145.05 Mhz.-14.098 Mhz. (n4zkf-5)
SEDAN Node: 145.770 Mhz. (n4zkf-7)
Repeater 147.375 Mhz. Tone 103.5
On 12/6/11 12:57 PM, "HansLG@aol.com" <HansLG@aol.com> wrote:
>Have had recent experience with PRB-1 etc. my advice is that you have to
>show "need" for whatever tower you want to put up. I was told that some
> got away with "reasonable high" for towers high enough to reach nearby
>My problems keeping in touch with my ham friends at other continent and
>showing some propagation charts from ARRL convinced my planing commission
>that I "needed" a 85 ' tower. ARRL got me in touch with a volunteering
>attorney in my area and I hope you can be lucky to get one too.
>Hans - N2JFS_______________________________________________
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