Should the batteries be low, I can suck power out of the Astron. In most cases you will need an for your motor home. My last motorhome had an aluminum roof. This is not going to leak nor is it going to peel. All I had to do was change the coax and crank the lift up.
I update the electronic log on the laptop with the home computer log. Rather than do that, I designed my mount to distribute the load of the antennas over a large area of wall and thereby provide a solid mount. On the other hand, you might find that having all of that access to television takes away from your camping experience, so carefully consider if you want to do this. The walls of a typical motorhome will only support a mobile antenna if you find and utilize a steel beam. Your normally understanding and supportive family will not be smiling. Don't just sit on the radio and miss out on the camping experience. It worked great and as expected I was able to get home from anywhere at any time barring solar storms.
Must be working against the steel frame. You may end up with extra slack. Our antenna is broken off just above the roof line. Am I crazy or does this sound right? Or, of course, you could contact your manufacture if they are still in business. That doesn't work well since it needs to be mounted on a metal frame. If you boondock away from civilization, the higher you mount the antenna, the better reception you will have.
Using an antenna on the tow vehicle. Don't expect to pull into a campground and be on the air in three or four minutes. I had three day weekends. I keep a lightweight soldering iron handy and needed it in the middle of somewhere once when my cw paddle connector decided to come loose. Reception was perfect when stationary but useless with the ignition on.
In reality I can't see that it matters a great deal as the Sikaflex is incredibly strong. . One trick is to tie or solder the old cable to the new cable and pull the new cable through with the old cable. A non-grounded antenna for non-metal applications has a different base than the antennas in most stores except marine stores due to the different grounding issues. This is a great option for getting your antenna out of the way when you are traveling. I expected a dramatic loss of signal due to my current fiberglass roof.
It is fully linked and full forwarding. Eight gauge stranded is again used to a second separate outlet. We have put together an for easier shopping. As Jon recommended, an antenna for boats, motorcycles, or otherwise stated as no ground antenna are designed to work on non-metal vehicles. Either one can keep you surfing the internet comfortably without having to wander around looking for a decent signal.
Using a magnetic mounted antenna I found that reception at the rear of the vehicle was virtually clear of the noise. I particularly like this option because the work and maintenance of keeping that mobile antenna in top condition pays dividends on the camping trip - without extra work or time at the campground. I was going to put a ground plane between the headliner and the roof and run antenna s from there. Mounting them high just isn't worth constantly changing the resonator. Yes, I was lucky - this time. Be the first to review this product! A note on the plugs I used. If the research was right and only a few buyers would care about a specific feature it could be removed and the cost savings used to pay for an added feature or pay for increased costs or perhaps increased profit.
We have a longer explanation of here. I attached one or three resonators using the available Hustler adapter and climb the ladder to screw the mount down. Replacement tips for these antennas won't work any better than the original it replaced -- on non-metal ground planes. I slide mine under a desk and put a chair in front of the rig. Very nice but just too much work for the camping trip.