Forgot Password? I was first licensed in and quickly put up my first antenna. I didn't bother doing any research into the subject like looking at a book or magazine.
Antenna HF Solid fiberglass top loaded with adjustable frequency tuning top section. The M is a very heavy antenna, it should me mounted onto a bull bar. Note: This is a heavy antenna and will need a bull bar or equivalent.
It is NOT an automatic fold-over, you must manually lift the element up out of the socket and lay the antenna whip down in order to enter garages, parking structures etc…. It is important that you lift the whip completely up and out of the socket before folding the hinge. The hinge rotates deg inside the socket so it will fold in the direction needed.
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Military antenna type, it can be easily stored out of use and robust design for outdoor radio activities and Military antenna type, This version of DJ7GP's 2.
During the recent devastating Black Forest fire in central Colorado, my good friend and colleague, Randy, had great difficulty maintaining solid radio communications through our local repeater from his home. Our local hams kept the repeater very busy during the days of the fire relaying the latest information gleaned from emergency response links, commercial sources, AREA and RACES volunteers, and more. It was a valuable resource in our community for rapidly disseminating fire information. His home is located just on the leeward side of a hill from the repeater that is about 7.
Because it is local and reliable, and because the licensing requirements to transmit on the 2-meter band are easy to meet in many parts of the world,  this band is one of the most popular non- HF ham bands. This popularity, the compact size of needed radios and antennas, and this band's ability to provide easy reliable local communications also means that it is also the most used band for local emergency communications effortssuch as providing communications between Red Cross shelters and local authorities. Much of 2-meter FM operation uses a radio repeatera radio receiver and transmitter that instantly retransmits a received signal on a separate frequency.