[VHFcontesting] North-West FN41 VHF Rover Sites

Sean Waite waisean at gmail.com
Wed Jul 5 17:44:59 EDT 2017

Thanks Michael, I'll poke around the map in that area to see what I can
see. Any ideas help, even if it just gets us looking in the right direction

Sean WA1TE

On Wed, Jul 5, 2017 at 5:03 PM Michael Clarson <wv2zow at gmail.com> wrote:

> Sean: I used to manage a a former microwave antenna site owned by SNET in
> Brooklyn CT (near intersection of US 6 and I 395) Nice site, good shot SW.
> It is private property, now managed by AT&T. I suspect AT&T is not that ham
> friendly, but that might be a good area to look. Wish I could be of more
> help. --Mike, WV2ZOW
> On Wed, Jul 5, 2017 at 4:23 PM, Sean Waite <waisean at gmail.com> wrote:
>> As the September VHF contest grows ever nearer, we're starting to plan our
>> rove. We'd love to find a spot near I-395 in CT or in the NW corner of RI
>> in FN41. Most of the places we find are pretty populated. We've got a few
>> FN41 spots further South, but we're intending on ending the 'test in FN41
>> and the closer we can stay North in the grid the better, the sites we know
>> of are pretty far South or out on the cape. Something in general along the
>> Eastern side of CT may not be terrible either.
>> We're also debating just not stopping in 41 and running mobile straight
>> through to 51. Ending in 51 isn't great for us because of the amount of
>> travel time back home in FN42, but it might give us a nice end of contest
>> boost as people hunt for those last few mults.
>> Thanks, and looking forward to seeing you on the bottom 4 bands in
>> September.
>> Sean Waite, WA1TE (K1SIG/R)
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