[HamWAN PSDR] Antennas Mounted Indoors?

Bart Kus me at bartk.us
Sun Apr 23 14:22:10 PDT 2017

More important than the gear will be your signal path.  Checking your 
callsign, I don't see where that building has clear view of the sound.  
I see it's buried among giants.  Do you have any zoomy photos showing 
Gold Mtn?

If you do indeed have a path, then any client should do.  Have you read 
?  We use a QRT-5 @ The Westing Building (2 blocks from you) to link to 
Gold Mtn.  You can use something higher gain if you have the room.  We 
needed something that could press up against the glass at a high angle 
due to the orientation of the Westin.


On 4/23/2017 1:24 PM, Grace B Thomson wrote:
> Hello,
> I live on the 5th floor of an apartment building in Belltown (98121)
> with windows facing Southwest. I am on 3rd Avenue, so there are
> buildings facing me, but I have a clear shot across the Sound to the WNW.
> I wonder if anyone can advise me regarding an antenna that might work
> mounted indoors (near the window) that has a good chance of working
> well. Unfortunately, the building does not allow anything to be mounted
> outside, so I am limited in this regard.
> Would it be better to have a device separate from the antenna (Metal
> 5SHPn for example), or a unit with an antenna built in?
> If You think an indoor solution is possible, Can You suggest some of the
> best hardware configuration alternatives. I am on a fixed income, so I
> am looking for an economic solution to start out with. If it looks like
> it is possible, I would like to purchase equipment and get this working
> within the next month or so.
> Thank You in advance for any thought or advice that You may have.
> Regards.
> 73
> -Grace
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