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Re: Chimney Mounting for sat antennas?



Hello Scott,
Only to remember you, chimneys normally are only a brick structure assembly
and do not support torque ore similar forces, be careful when using the
chimney
as a support.
best regards de Nicolau - PP8DA
----- Original Message -----
From: Scott Schmautz <schmautz@i-2000.com>
To: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Saturday, October 23, 1999 3:30 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Chimney Mounting for sat antennas?


> Hi all,
> Anyone have any experience with chimney mounting satellite antennas?
> I have recently moved into a new house, and am getting ready to put up my
> mode B antennas when P3D gets going. I am going to get my roof done in the
> next year or so, and would prefer to mount the antennas on something other
> than a roof tripod. If anyone has any tips on chimney mounting the
> antennas, ie hardware sources, mounting configurations etc, please let me
> know.
> I would be mounting the 22 el vhf/18 el uhf KLM ants, with probably a
Myers
> 2.4 ghz rcve antenna, with the appropriate preamps etc on the mast.
> Any help appreciated!!
> Tnx Scott
> WB2UZR
> schmautz@i-2000.com
>
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