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[Yaesu] FW: FT-100 and ATAS-100 Antenna

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Subject: [Yaesu] FW: FT-100 and ATAS-100 Antenna
From: rhayman@hayman.com (Richard W. Hayman)
Date: Tue, 31 Aug 1999 17:51:38 -0400
Posted to TEN-TEC in error. Sorry.  I have TEN TEC gear (Closet Kilowatt) in
the home station and was reading the mail.

Richard Hayman
Hayman Systems & Services
MICROS of South Florida
MICROS of Colorado
Greenway Enterprises

 -----Original Message-----
From:   Richard W. Hayman [mailto:rhayman@hayman.com]
Sent:   Tuesday, August 31, 1999 5:46 PM
To:     'tentec@contesting.com'
Subject:        FT-100 and ATAS-100 Antenna

I finally decided to get back on the air after being off for two years.  I
still have lots of gear but no antennas so mobiling made more sense.  Plus I
just got a new car (my xyl says I ruined it with the antenna.  She said that
I was the only one she knew who would put a large black antenna on a new M-B

Anyway, the rig installed nicely and I was able to hide all the wires from
the cockpit to the trunk.  In just two days, I answered every CQ  from
DX'ers and got 55 to 59 reports.  BTW, both VHF and UHF FM work well with
the HF antenna, but I have to remember to retract it.  It's a pain so I'll
be adding another "ugly but smaller" Dual Band antenna to the other side of
the trunk lip.

Richard Hayman, K3DML
Laurel, Maryland

PS I got the rig  at HRO but Texas Towers has much better pricing,

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