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Welcome to our photo gallery 80 Meter page 2
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We decided to take photos of our 80 meter and 40 meter antenna's while being  put up on a 10 foot section of antenna mast. Any mast or pipe will do as long as its not over 1.25 inches (31 1SM) in diameter.

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Here I'm sliding the antenna onto a 10 ft. section of 1 inch mast.

Here we go, its all the way down the mast now. Notice a small bolt sticking up. This is the stop for the mast and can be removed and you can drill your mast and re-insert the bolt thru both the mast and pole if you like. I don't but you might want to.

Standing it up. All of this only takes a few minutes and you're ready to go on the air. It makes a great emergency antenna too.

There we are, tying it off with wire and I'm done.

I've worked all over the U.S.A. with this very setup. Dx is good with a pair of these setup in the direction of interest.

You may get a choke like this or a loose wound model that's replacing it.
Note, all newer antennas come with a 1:1 Balun in a waterproof box instead of the choke shown.

The next page shows the 80 meter antenna and its floor mount.
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