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G0FTD  > BIKE     02.05.07 19:55l 30 Lines 986 Bytes #999 (0) @ WW
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Subj: Re: Push bike mobile
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Date: Wed, 02 May 2007 18:36:19 +0000
From: g0ftd@gb7pzt.#24.gbr.eu (Andy)
To: bike@ww

Subject: Re: Push bike mobile


M0PZT wrote:-
> So, "Pimp My Bike", stage 1 gets underway...

Well here's your chance to become king of the bike mobiles.

You could do for push bikes like I've done for old shopping trolley's ;-)

Remember that you're gonna be doing stuff hardly anyone give's a thought
to, so you're a pioneer. Not much use looking to others for inspiration. 

The VX7R sounds great, assuming you have plenty of repeater activity to
use. Otherwise it's gonna be very boring.

Now with your FT817 there's a myriad of extra possibilities.

I'll send a piccy of my FTD Pantenna system, which might give you *ideas*
for inspiration for a full bike system. It works 160m - 70cm, plus extras 
for LW/MW rx. The main whip antenna is 1.5m long for your reference if you
download the pic. Other details available on request or watch 
www.southgatearc.org for info.

- Andy -

G0FTD @ GB7PZT


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