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We are going to operate two stations at the same time ( or I am going to operate SO2R ) should we bring our own bandpass filters ?

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We are going to operate two stations at the same time ( or I am going to operate SO2R ) should we bring our own bandpass filters ?

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Yes, bring your own filters – there are no bandpass filters available at the HAMlet. • I understand there is a separate tower with some stacked 10m beams Yes, there is a tower that has two 3el 10m antennas that are fixed on the USA in a stack with a single feedline – they are hardwired together and not switchable in and out. They are relatively low in height because its was intended for USA coverage by the ops that put it up. • What antennas are currently up for 80 and 160 ? Dennis K7BV made these observations after operating as VP5M in the 2004 ARRL DX CW contest. “There is a 80 meter rotatable dipole that is now in a fixed position on the tower with the two 3el 10 meter antennas. It has relay switching for the different portions of the band, and the switiching worked perfectly. It is a quiet antenna and performed very well for me to the USA and VE. There is also a wire dipole for 80 that might have performed even better because it is full-size.

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