RF Engineering

The Allure of Tall Things

By The Wandering Engineer | September 19, 2016

I like towers. Eiffel tower, CN Tower, Sutro, Freedom Tower, Devil’s Tower, Tower of London, broadcast towers, or the ham tower that protects the house from lightning

How to Use AM Towers for Other Stuff

By Jeremy Ruck | September 15, 2016

It has always seemed a little odd to me that residents and governmental types are staunchly opposed to a single tower, a couple at most, that will enhance their communications

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