Optibeam site off-line

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I hope this is scheduled maintenance: 

"Die Domain

www.optibeam.net

ist nicht verfügbar."

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Richard McClelland, AA5S

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Posted 2 years ago

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Jd Dupuy

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Works fine here.
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Richard McClelland, AA5S

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Thanks for posting that.  I'm using Comcast and I'm still getting the offline message.
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Richard McClelland, AA5S

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I was just looking at their new 65' long boom log periodic (earlier today) and thinking, 'wouldn't it be cool to put four of those beasts on a 165' tower?'  Good thing I don't have that kind of money or I'd be making a spectacle of myself :-)
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Richard McClelland, AA5S

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Of course, the Flex 7700 will have four SCUs so that I could put up four 165' towers and have four-way spatial diversity reception.
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Richard McClelland, AA5S

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Or maybe the 7700 will have one SCU and we'll be able to multiplex up to sixteen 7700s (32 in Italy) for full legal limit transmission, sixteen way diversity reception.  Keep costs down for the regular guy and let the big egos spend as much as they want.  No need to be rational when brainstorming.
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Asher - K0AU

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I'm sure Thomas DF2BO will be happy to help you choose a couple Luso towers and an 804020 beam stack.  Optibeam makes great antennas!
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Jay -- N0FB, Elmer

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It looks like the website is back up and functioning