“I traded lawn mowing for antenna permission at the house I’m renting now, but since I don’t own the place, I’m not able to install big, heavy, or very permanent antennas. Despite the practical restrictions, I wanted to have a vertical for 40m and 80m as we slide down to the sunspot minimum. This is what I came up with, and got 60m and 30m essentially for free.
I’d had good luck with my experiments with telescoping fiberglass fishing poles at the apartment, so I started looking around for suitable wire antenna supports. As you can see above, I’ve got no trees… at least none that are higher than about 15 feet. Honestly, I started planning this thing before I was absolutely sure I was going to be *allowed* anything, so I was thinking true easy-up-easy-down stealth. The best I came up with was the 12m Spiderbeam telescoping fiberglass pole. It seemed to have the most favorable dollars-to-height ratio that I could find, and the reviews and description made it seem very sturdy. I wasn’t disappointed.
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