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Re: Re: True North



Cliff:
	Try this in the evening cut yourself a couple of stakes about 4
feet or so long.. in the evening walk about 20 or so feet north or
south of your tower, drive one stake into the ground on the north side
walk south about 20 more feet and drive 2nd stake into ground lining
them
both up to polaris.. now you have your sight line for the next day to
align your antennas... simple
jim

Clifford Buttschardt wrote:
> 
> Of course this is best way but it seemed Brian wanted something else.
> Besides, it probably was daytime when the problem came up!  Cliff K7RR
> 
> On Thu, 8 Feb 2001, Roy Welch wrote:
> 
> > Why not aim your antennas at Polaris, the north star.  At that point your
> > azimuth is zero and the elevation is equal to your latitude.
> 
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