How about bying a Steppir verticle (BigIR) and a
second pole as a decoy and use it to suspect a clothes
hanging line or something like that?
The Steppir is built very inconspiciously and is
housed in a very plain sleeve
--- "Bob M." <email@example.com> wrote:
> G'day and Hi to one and all,
> I'm a new member here and new to HF. I'm in
> Australia and living in an over
> 50's complex of duplexes with the usual body
> corporate rules..... no
> aerials,no towers. bla blah.
> I've picked up a TS530S some will need to cover all
> the Bands
> 10m to 160m. and maybe a little either side if I
> patch the unit with it's
> options. I need an antenna that I can conceal within
> my roof space.
> I have seen a "cobweb" that looks like our Hills
> Hoist cloths line. that
> looks promising but very exy in cost.
> So I'm looking for something that I can do a
> Homebrew onto and get started..
> even if I need to do it in sages with one band at a
> time. I also have a
> basic 2mtr coming so I would like to make something
> for that as well.
> What I'm asking is where can I find suitable plans
> for such items and is it
> possible to build what I need. I may be able to use
> a vertical but I think
> they would be to long.]
> Thanks in advance and I'm looking to make a few new
> friends and gain a lot
> of new knowledge from being here.
> Bob M.
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