The 2 El 80M yagi required the construction of the 45 Meter South Tower.
The installation of the yagi occurred in Sep. of 2003. Two full days were
required for tuning the antenna on phone and CW. The antenna was up and
down the tram 20 times to get the tuning correct.

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2 El 80M yagi boom. The boom is 5 inch 0D in the center.

This is the portable electric winch bracket that clamps to the tower base.

Tuning the yagi on the tram at 18 meters.

The 2 El 80M yagi at the top of the tower on the tram. The 160M dipole is on top.

Another view of the antenna ready for a hand operated winch at the top of the South tower.

This is the Prosistel PST71 rotator that is used to turn the 80/160 mast. The yellow object is the torque absorber.

A shot looking down the 80M boom with the Atlantic ocean in the distance (2KM).

This is the Prosistel PST71 rotator that is used to turn the 80/160 mast. The yellow object is the torque absorber.

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