|[AMRadio] Purchase Of E.F. Johnson Viking II w/VFO,
rascupp at yahoo.com
Thu Dec 8 17:48:50 EST 2005
Thank you so much for the friendly invite to the ERAM
group on 3.885Mc at 4AM CST. I will keep you and
everyone else posted when I can make my entrance on 75
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I agree on a regular 75 meter dipole being superior to
the G5RV. However since I am renting a large mobile
home in town I am fortunate enough that the landlord
will allow the G5RV. I really do not have room for a
75 meter dipole on the property anyway. Unless I fold
it up so many times it looks like a wire jig saw
--- W5OMR/Geoff <w5omr at satx.rr.com> wrote:
> Bob Scupp wrote:
> >To All-
> >Hi! I just thought I would let everyone know that
> >past week, I purchased a complete AM
> >transmitter/receiver station w/accessories!
> Congrats, Bob!
> Let me be the first to invite you to join the ERAM
> group on 3.885Mc,
> that typically starts around 4am, CST (3AM Mountain
> I don't think that there will be good enough
> propagation for you to work
> from Central New Mexico into South and SouthEast
> Texas, when the 'later'
> group fires up at/about 7:30AM CST, on 3.880Mc, but
> one never knows what
> the propagation gods have in store for 75m in the
> mornings :-)
> Got room for a good ol' Dipole antenna on 75m? I
> seriously think it
> would perform better than a G5RV. Quite possibly,
> you could run a 40m
> inverted Vee from the same feedline, positioned at
> 90 degree angles to
> the 75m dipole.
> Cut 'em to resonance, and let 'er fly!
> Welcome aboard.
> 73 = Best Regards,
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