Antennae

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  1. hawkeye2an

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    Hello again, I'm a model builder (mostly american WW II). I would like to see some close-ups of all types of antenna. Wires strung between post and tail, insulators. loops, football etc. Thanks for all the help so for. I have REALLY learned a lot on this sight.
     
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    Thanks Hawkeye...

    here's something that might give you "basics."

    Go to Chapter 3

    http://www2.airweb.faa.gov/Regulatory_and_Guidance_Library/rgAdvisoryCircular.nsf/0/e533bb05389c90e486256a54006e47b2/$FILE/Chapter%201-8.pdf
     
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    Thanks Fly, any from the 30's or 40's?

    by the way, who's Doug Gillis?
     
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    those set ups are typical antenna installations that were typical to the 30s' and 40s' for such as the antenna wire mountngs and ADF antenna installation.

    Doug Gilliss is a family friend who witnessed my father in law die in a plane crash last July. He got screwed over by the FAA who was looking for a scapegoat in the accident.
     
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