Use Our Discone Antenna
Ham Radio Operators, you can now broadcast and listen on the discone antenna at the Titan Missile Museum.
When the Titan II became operational in 1963, its communication system included a large, broadband discone antenna that is still standing today.
Built by Collins Radio Company, the antenna is 80 feet tall and has a large crown, enabling it to radiate signals over a wide range of frequencies.
If you’re an amateur radio operator, you can use the antenna free of charge when the museum is open.
What You Need to Know
If you decide to use the antenna free of charge:
For more information, check in with our friends and local experts at the Green Valley Amateur Radio Club.
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