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UER Forum > US: Pacific Southwest > Radio installation (Viewed 152 times)
Stafford 


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Radio installation
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Was hunting around trying to find an unrelated location when I stumbled on an old radio installation. Over the years the location has been used for several purposes, recently falling into a state of neglect after the owners decided it was no longer necessary to maintain.

























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< Reply # 1 on 6/11/2019 1:59 AM >
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niiceeeeee




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thoughtful of them to leave fire hose next to the hydrant in case its ever needed. Wonder when the last time anyone tested it for leaks was




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Where's the antenna?




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Stafford 


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Where's the antenna?



The site has had a few antennas over the years. Unfortunately, the original antenna equipment was removed several years back - the only one I was able to find was for a deactivated local repeater that was added after the original antennas were removed. I did find a diagram that appeared to detail a MF receiver, not sure if it was related to the antenna configuration I found. Also found some old Moto documentation that had been sitting out in the rain for awhile.

The site has another portion that acted as a HF/VHF/UHF transceiver; unfortunately, nosy neighbors kept me out of it this trip. Not sure how intact it is.




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trippin.

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Nice set. Cool!




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Pretty cool find
Surprised it's that wide open.




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