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Re: Once again: Realistic BBQ Dish Gain with OriginalDipoleFeed, an

 No can do Fred. I have an irrigation machine pass through my backyard, ant
it clears my sat antennas by 2 feet when there parked 0 degrees elevation,
north/south. I had a picture of this , but can't find it at present. I
passed a pic  around several years ago, I'm sure anyone who saw it will
chuckle at your suggestion. What I get in return for this is a free mowing
of my 2 acre field, and air rights to another 100+ acres for wire antennas!
Sorry I didn't mention that in my first post. When I find a pic, or remember
to take another one I will send you one, so you can see my predicament.....

73 Jeff kb2m

From: "Frederick M. Spinner" <fspinner@hotmail.com>
To: <kb2m@arrl.net>; <amsat-bb@amsat.org>
Sent: Thursday, May 08, 2003 5:06 PM
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] Once again: Realistic BBQ Dish Gain with
OriginalDipole Feed, an
> But as I've said before.  If I was having 60 MPH gusts (and that's nothing
for Iowa) and/or I was not using the G5500 setup, I'd park the P* straight
up.  Its not an option with that rotor and that size dish, it's a
> Fred W0FMS

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