My Second Year – N6PET

This marks my second year anniversary with my ham radio hobby. A lot has changed, which includes my move from my 25-year hometown in Burbank to Winnetka, CA. It was a fun and challenging move but more importantly, I don’t live in an apartment anymore where now I’m able to put up antennas! My 2-year apartment living was not as bad as I first its going to be. I was able to run antennas most of my friends cant even have in their homes like a 88′ Endfed antenna. I now live in a 2-story 3,229 sqft. house with 5,790 sqft lot. Its a decent size property with plenty of room to play with different antennas.

2 years after, thousands of dollars later, I now have a shack I can be proud of, at least close to what I’ve hoped to have. I won’t discuss much details on this blog and will just let the videos and pictures demonstrate what I have now.






HF Antennas:

Butternut 5-Band Butterfly Beam Antennas HF5B

Comet CHA-250B HF+6m Vertical

Multi Band HF/VHF/UHF

Ultimax DXtreme 88′ Endfed

6-160 meter J-Pole Jr 34 foot end fed antenna


UHF/VHF Antennas:

Cushcraft AR-6 6m Ringo with Arrow GP52 Radials

Cushcraft A148-10S Yagi

Cushcraft A449-11S Yagi

Diamond V2000A Triband Base Antenna

Diamond X200A Dualband Base Antenna

Diamond X50A Dualband Base Antenna

Cushcraft ARX-220B 220Mhz Ringo II


Author: Pet Natividad (N6PET)

CEO/President of CyberNerdz Consulting Inc.,Pet Natividad was born in the Philippines and had started working with numerous computer and technology companies in the United States like CompUSA, INCA Computers, and Micro2000 Inc. Before coming to California, he had worked with Uniden Phil. (EAI) as a Chief Engineer for manufacturing, Texas Instruments as Test Engineer, IMI as a Front-Line Sustaining Technician which had sub-contracted manufacturing for semiconductor companies like Intel, Digital, Telefunken, Sony, Nintendo, Sanyo, and other more multinational electronic and semiconductor companies. Pet Graduated from Don Bosco Technical College in 1988 and Loyola HS and elementary.

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