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RE: m2 antennas



Glenn,

Yes, the 436cp30 is worth while buy! I purchased mine over 6 months ago and
love it, does a great job for receiving and one heck of a job for uplinking
on AO-40 and AO-7.

Look around for a good buy. Found mine for under 200 bucks new in the box
from a old dealer, takes a while to put together, but well worth it.

Don't forget a preamp at the antenna:)

Chad
N0YK

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From: owner-AMSAT-BB@AMSAT.Org [mailto:owner-AMSAT-BB@AMSAT.Org]On
Behalf Of Glenn Blum
Sent: Sunday, September 28, 2003 5:36 PM
To: Amsatbb
Subject: [amsat-bb] m2 antennas


Is a 436cp30 worth while?

Looking at upgrades and my 70cm side needs inprovement.

Moma is allowing me to spend a little.
Saw the price at $290.00 and shipping and handling.(m2 website)
Since I really use my Icom 821 for sats only I really need a good 70cm
antenna.
Trying to get the best deal for about $500 dollars in inprovement.
I think that the 2 meter antenna that I have works good.
The other inprovements will be software upgrades.
73s,

Glenn kd5dga
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