I loved that part of it all.
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Dont you think ofcom looks up at tower blocks and finds a dipole on it and signal on their meter says its around that area they will go up and have a look. If they cant see any dipole on the roof they wont think its that tower block. I’m guessing you’ve not had experience of rigging up? Get the aer...
I've had my run ins with him and he once threatened me with the DTI many years ago so I tracked him down with the intention of doing him plenty of harm. When I got face to face with him I found a scared person who is certainly mentally disabled. I'm not sticking up for him in any way and I never wou...
And talking of crazy radiation, when we moved the rigs to the water tower up Claverley we could see Dudley, yet regardless of what aerial we used up there we couldn't hit Dudley with a strong signal and couldn't link properly into Claverley with band 1. That messed with my head as I could look at Du...
But then Dream put 150 into a dipole and it did well off the Kates Hill mast. But I decided to pump the 150 up the arse of a 3/8 and it literally blew the dipole away both locally and further away.
A 50 from that height will only lack in a gaps. A 150 will fill those gaps and probably a few miles extra on the periphery. The aerial would help with the 50. A wise choice helps with those gaps but the periphery stays the same. Hi-gain from Manor Heights was helpful - Wrekin, not so much. Resulted...
A 50 from that height will only lack in a gaps. A 150 will fill those gaps and probably a few miles extra on the periphery. The aerial would help with the 50. A wise choice helps with those gaps but the periphery stays the same.
- Mon Sep 02, 2019 8:58 pm
- Forum: Pirate
- Topic: New Pirate Radio book - 'Loud, Proud and Illegal: Pirate Radio in Nottingham, 1986 - 1996'
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I've been a victim of circumstance before.