Antennas on Rodrigues
Remember those huge signals
We will be using exactly the same antennas from 3B9C, but with the addition
of second monoband Yagis, manufactured by UK-newcomer Trident, on the high
bands, to allow us to have a second station on those bands when propagation
6m: 2 x stacked Cushcraft A505S five-element monoband Yagis
2 X Trident 5-element monoband Yagis.
1 x Force 12 EF-610 six-element monoband Yagi,
12m: Force 12 EF-412 four-element monoband Yagi,
Trident 4-element monoband Yagi
1 x Force 12 EF-415 four-element monoband Yagi,
17m: 1 x Force 12 EF-417 four-element monoband Yagi
20m: 1 x
Trident 3-element monoband Yagi.
1 x Cushcraft 203CD three-element monoband Yagi,
1 x Trident two-element monoband Yagi,
2 x phased full-size quarter-wave verticals (switchable)
40m: 4 x Gladiator phased full-size quarter-wave verticals (‘4-Square
80m: 2 x pairs of Titanex V80S phased full-size quarter-wave verticals
(one pair for SSB, one for CW)
160m: 1 x Titanex V160S vertical.
10 - 40m: 1 x Cushcraft A3S + A743 tribander with 40m rotatable dipole
WARC: 1 x Cushcraft A3WS + A103 duobander with 30m rotatable dipole
10 - 80m: 1 x Butternut HF6V vertical
80 and 160m: Various dipoles and other wire antennas.
Satellite/EME: 4 x long Yagis and dish for AO-40 operation
Multiple masts of 30 and 40 feet.
Five km of low-loss coaxial cable.
Now check the equipment.