Newbie question no.3!!!!

Homebase antenna advice and troubleshooting

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fusil56300
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Mon Feb 27, 2012 5:40 pm

Here we go......because of the village we live in, an inside loft antenna is what I'll be using. ;,-)

Q3, what do yo think of.....
ORBITOR (not the mini version) with a mag-mount on a 3ft square piece of 2mm steel. [-o<

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Tue Feb 28, 2012 9:11 am

yes should work if swr is right


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Wed Feb 29, 2012 9:04 pm

hi fusil56300.

yes the Orbitor is a good antenna if the swr is below 1.5 also there are other antennas about what are just made for people who are after a antenna in there loft like the Sirio Signal Keeper CB Antenna information
This compact size anti-corroding aluminium whip antenna is the ideal loft antenna. The aluminium whip has a base loaded coil and the whip is grounded. It can stand up or be hung up in the loft or mounted on a mast for external mounting. Technical Specifications: Type of Antenna ¼ wave Frequency 27 MHz Length 1.30m S.W.R. < 1.3:1 Power Rating Max. 100 watts.

but what ever you choose good luck & hope your antenna works well for you buddy :)

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