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Old 02-03-2013, 11:33 AM   #11
kg6rzc
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Hello all,

Vince, W6CD here - from Escondido CA (San Diego north county).

1995 Safari Trek class A motorhome, with a Jeep for a toad.

Kenwood 480 setup in the RV. Kenwood 2000 in the house.

Looking to improve the performance of the my RV antenna systems.

Thanks!
Vince
TRAILING WIRE. Worked for WW2 Aircraft, should work for RV. Lower band, longer wire.
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Old 02-03-2013, 12:00 PM   #12
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Hello all,

Vince, W6CD here - from Escondido CA (San Diego north county).

1995 Safari Trek class A motorhome, with a Jeep for a toad.

Kenwood 480 setup in the RV. Kenwood 2000 in the house.

Looking to improve the performance of the my RV antenna systems.

Thanks!
Vince
I recommend a screw drive antenna, simple and they work great.
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