Reached another milestone this weekend.  Earlier in the week, I’d mounted the NEMA enclosure inside the shack which would serve as the coax passthrough (a way to get the coax connections into the house, without running them through the window as I had done since the antenna was first setup).  This Saturday afternoon, David (N0YMV) and I decided – almost spur-of-the-moment – that now was a good time to mount the dualbander on the house as I’d wanted to do since quite awhile ago.  I had stopped short of doing it before because I wanted the coax passthrough done first (so I could close and lock the shack window again).  But now that the box was mounted and working out, there was no excuse.  Not even the slight cold and mild wind 😛

Photos available in the gallery as usual.  Next project, mounting the 5/8 groundplane antenna for APRS on the garage peak.  Stay tuned…

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