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Old 01 March 2005, 11:58   #11
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Overhere at my work I see ships passing all day and all the antena's are placed in different heigth.
All of the antenna's are place one to three meters apart of each other and one meter higher then each other.
On my ship I have three VHF's with all the antenna's 1.5 meters of each other with also different height. Next to these is the sf-mf radio with a 5 mtr antenna in only one meter distance.
Height must be one of the most important things.

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Old 02 March 2005, 05:36   #12
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Overhere at my work I see ships passing all day and all the antena's are placed in different heigth.
All of the antenna's are place one to three meters apart of each other and one meter higher then each other.
On my ship I have three VHF's with all the antenna's 1.5 meters of each other with also different height. Next to these is the sf-mf radio with a 5 mtr antenna in only one meter distance.
Height must be one of the most important things.

Dan
Dan

If I had been talking to sailors I would have mentioned height but in the rib market the is no a great deal you can do to improve height unless you have a big pole tied to your a frame.

0.5 of a metre will no make a change.
2m plus may have a bit of an effect.
10m will have a huge impact.

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