3 Masts Everyone Needs for Ham Radio

Take a look at the three masts I use most for portable ham radio.

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Sota Beams Mast – https://www.sotabeams.co.uk/carbon-6-ultra-light-6-m-19-6-ft-mast/
TN07 Green Mast – https://tn07.com/32-portable-antenna-mast
Fiberglass Big Mast – https://tn07.com/telescoping-masts

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