[CQ-Contest] RE: Records

AA4NC at aol.com AA4NC at aol.com
Sun Feb 11 17:43:07 EST 2001

In a message dated 2/11/01 18:32:48 PM GMT Standard Time, K7LXC at aol.com

 > In a message dated 2/10/01 9:03:56 AM Pacific Standard Time,
 >  k1dg at ix.netcom.com writes:
 >   >  > 2. Highest Antenna AGL
 >   >
 >   >  My data is a bit out of date, but I think the KC1XX 80M stacked delta =
 >   >  loops at 300 and 150 feet (100 and 50 Meters) are at the top (so to =
 >   >  speak). There also used to be an 80 M inverted Vee at W1MX (MIT club =
 >   >  station) at the top of a 300-foot building (the Green Bulding, for =
 >   >  alums) back in the 70s, but I'm not sure if it is still there.
 >       What about ham repeater antennas in the Midwest on some of those
 > monster
 >  towers? I'm sure there are some in the 800-900 foot range (or more -
 >  somewhere.
 >       W2JGQ lives in NYC and has a tower and antenna on top of his apartment
 >  building. The antenna (a Force 12) is about 100 meters above the street. I
 >  published a picture of it in my "Up The Tower" column in CQ Contest
 >  a couple of months ago.
 >  Cheers,     Steve    K7LXC
 >  Tower Tech
If you count 2m repeater antennas, there are several in North Carolina above
the 1,000 foot level. There is one here in Raleigh at 1,850 feet AGL on a TV


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