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Subject: Re: hydrogen gas production (Hydrides)
From: Thomas W Leiper twleiper@........
Date: Sat, 16 Jun 2001 13:02:18 -0400

Seems like a lot of trouble to try to keep a balloon in the air
at 9K ft. With the winds it will probably be horizontal most
of the time anyway. Why not set up a Beverage antenna?
Though they are primarily for receiving, they will work
OK in low power transmitting environments as well, and
thay are directional. Then all you need is a bunch of  8'
bamboo poles or the like, a wavelength or more of wire and
a terminating resistor. And, once it's stays up.


On Sat, 16 Jun 2001 07:55:52 EDT SW6079@....... writes:
> That's it!! Lithium Hydride.  I just couldn't remember.  Thank you.   
> Water 
> should not be a problem as we can easily melt snow.  We need a 
> reliable 
> source of communications on this mountain in case of emergency, and 
> there is 
> nothing like ham radio for that purpose.  If we had a single 100 ft 
> tree, 
> we'd be ok.  but at 9000 ft there just isn't much there.   Thanks, 
> and 73.  
> Mike N7ORL.
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