This video is a portion of a video we made for the 20th Anniversary of the National Association of Tower Erectors. You can see the complete video here: https://youtu.be/zsK3h8vPPS4.
The tower in the clouds was shot during the deconstruction of the KWTV tower in Oklahoma City in December 2015 by Tower King II.
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Testing the Wadetenna on 7 MHz SSB. Only 500 milliwatts was used instead of the usual 5 watts. Contacts up to about 500km, mostly to portable stations... Read more