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Call Sign : 26CT763 Posts : 1773 Times Thanked : 43 Join date : 2019-06-27 QTH or Location : Manchester Equipment Used : Optima, Superstar 360fm, Stalker 9fdx, President Jack Age : 47
Subject: Re: Mobile combo Sat May 23, 2020 2:23 pm
That would be a good combo to get you started. Antenna wise, I would be tempted to look at a Sirio 4000 for better performance. The only caveat to using the 4000 over the ML145 from a practical aspect, is that it is a good deal longer at two metres in length. So, if you are mounting it to a high-sided vehicle, its length may be a problem and you would need to make sure it is securely fastened to the roof.
Call Sign : 26-CT-3576 Posts : 12 Times Thanked : 0 Join date : 2020-05-22 QTH or Location : Cowes, Isle Of Wight Equipment Used : crt ss 6900,president grant 2, harrier cbx and rotel rvc 240.solarcon 99 sirio megawatt 4000
Subject: Re: Mobile combo Sat May 23, 2020 2:46 pm
Hi John I was looking at the sirio 4000, to use when im static on a hill somewhere ,but i thought for my daily drive around the ML 145 would be more practical. I drive around in a freelander so its a bit high.