[TowerTalk] tower height increse.

Van Fair vfair at innova.net
Sat May 10 23:27:28 EDT 2003

I live out in the county in a rural area on a large lake. I did not ask
anyone and as far as I know no permit to erect any amateur tower is
required. The subdivision I live in has no regulations concening towers. I
would not have bought here otherwise. Van W4GIW

----- Original Message -----
From: "Rick Smith" <rick at rtps.net>
To: "Van Fair" <vfair at innova.net>
Sent: Saturday, May 10, 2003 10:21 PM
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] tower height increse.

> Do you get into any trouble with the town by doing this ?
> i.e. do they make you get the increase approved first ?
> At 04:18 PM 5/10/2003 -0400, you wrote:
> >I just raised my Rohn 25 from 60 to 70 about 3 months ago and I think it
> >made a good difference. I have a Mosley PRO67  on it. I think it was
> >the expense and effort.  Dont know about 80 feet but going from 60 to
> >70  makes some sense based on wavelength.  40 meters needs to be at least
> >66 feet for a 1/2 wave, on 20 going to 70 feet gets you over the 1 wave
> >length point instead of just under it.  Van W4GIW
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> >any questions and ask for Sherman, W2FLA.
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