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Jamboree on the Air 1998 at W7NN with a troop of local Boy Scouts
Here is part of the antenna system at W7NN. On the left from top to bottom is a Force 12 6 element 20 meter monobander at 159', a Force 12 3 element 40 at 147', and a Force 12 6-15/4-10 at 111'. The tower on the right has a DX engineering 5 element 20 at 98'.
Here I am in the middle of the 80 Meter 4 square field. Notice the reason I'm always fixing the radials.
The poster boy for the Olympia Amateur Radio Society a while back!
Famous Tower Guru Steve Morris K7LXC in the blue shirt getting ready to hoist the 6 element 20.
The SSB/CW operating position. The RTTY station is to the left.
Gus, SM3SGP asked for info on side mounted yagis. I had this picture in the file of the 10 Meter Telrex stack at the superstation of Rush Drake W7RM in LaCenter Washington, about 60 miles South of my QTH. I believe Rush is using short "stub" booms on the 15 and 20 meter stacks, but otherwise all seem to be constructed in the same manner.
World Wide view of
meter and element
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