[MLB-WIRELESS] There is a *massive* radio transmitter on myroof - any chances?
kim at aldigital.co.uk
Tue Nov 20 00:23:59 EST 2001
> On Mon, Nov 19, 2001 at 09:03:44PM +1100, Luke wrote:
> > Dont do anything dodgy, 'specially climb the thing yourself if
> > inexperianced. A qualified rigger will go up the thing and do whatever for
> > maybe $100/ hour. Should get an omni and cable up there in 2 hr?! How tall
> > is it? A Hills 50 foot telo mast will set you back say $200, someone
> > helping would take 3-4 hr to put it up.
> I think your council might have objections to you putting up a 50 foot
> mast without a permit, and your neighbours may well notify them on
> your behalf...
> Still, if you can put up a 50 foot mast without permission I'd like
> to hear about it. I'm pretty sure you need a permit for a tower of
> that size, and a mast isn't really that different.
hint: when approaching the council, tell them you would like to put
up a *tv* mast (optional: with a compact UHF yagi),
and then put up wlan antenna on it... =) it has worked here...
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