Amateur antenna structure height
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(G1B01) Maximum Antenna Structure Height
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7 Aug G1B01 from the General License Course Section , DX and Details: What is the maximum height above ground to which an antenna structure may be erected without requiring notification to the FAA and registration with the FCC, provided it is not at or near a public use airport? A. 50 feet. B. feet.
Support Structures and Antennas Less Than 15 m in Height. Most importantly, Amateurs and others erecting a structure of less than 15 metres, about 49 feet, two and one-half inches, including mast and antennas, enjoy some exclusions from the full impact of the new policy.
Some of the very detailed requirements of.
Notification to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is required for any tower construction or alteration of an antenna structure that is registered with the Commission. Towers that meet certain height and location criteria (generally towers more than meters ( feet) in height or located near an.
Description:Everyone would agree large antennas should be subject to the development approval process, but what about antennas lower than say 10 metres? Some councils say that no permit is required for a free-standing mast of 6m, or if attached to a building no higher than 3m above the peak roof height. This height is really too low for an effective HF antenna. The difficulty here is that there are no uniform rules across the Nation, let alone the State, or even across a city. So, an antenna that does not require development approval in one local government area may be out of the question all together in another. Some councils simply don't know, or put radio amateur antennas in the same category as commercial communications facilities, with the same restrictions.