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In other words, if your antenna is at 45 degrees relative to the ground when transmitting, then the station on the other end should be the same. So within 10 miles of each other, communications should be possible. Station B uses 50 feet When using a handheld HT at these frequencies, you can sometimes improve your results by moving horizontally a few feet or sometimes just a few inches. These examples below assume ONLY height change and take into account no other factors involved to change the amount of power getting to the transmitting antenna nor have there been any changes to the receive antenna unless specified.

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So within 6 miles of each other, communications should be possible. Station B uses 50 feet Now using the same calculation with no changes in either station other then height of one station. So you can see by this last example above that you stand a much better chance of getting into a repeater that has a very tall antenna or is on a tall building or mountain, hill, etc. So how do you know if you can use simplex with a station you are hearing.

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Just attach the wire hanging down from the metal connector base of the HF antenna where it attaches to the radio. Don't forget that by adding coax to the total length needed may not give you much if any advantage. The "rubber duck" antenna on your HT as if comes from the factory actually is a poor excuse to tack the word "antenna" on. Using vertical or Yagi type antennas with 6dbd gain or more will certainly improve your results.

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Description: Station B uses 50 feet When using a handheld HT at these frequencies, you can sometimes improve your results by moving horizontally a few feet or sometimes just a few inches. Much depends on whether or not you want to go to the extra expense of increasing that height by mounting your transmitter's antenna up as high as feasible. In other words, if your antenna is at 45 degrees relative to the ground when transmitting, then the station on the other end should be the same. Some factors involved in the blocking, or attenuating the signals are tall buildings with lots of metal in them, high hills, mountains, local "ground clutter" near you with a combination of everything mentioned above. This will get the maximum amount of power from your radio to your antenna. See this link for more info. Remember to stay off of the repeater input frequencies when using simplex. So you can see by this last example above that you stand a much better chance of getting into a repeater that has a very tall antenna or is on a tall building or mountain, hill, etc.
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