SOUTH AFRICAN AMATEUR RADIO LEAGUE. April 2013. A basic explanation of antennas used by amateur radio operators. 1. Introduction. The following applies to antennas: Building regulations; Zoning scheme regulations;
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A basic explanation of antennas used by amateur radio operators
The following applies to antennas:
The regulations distinguish between primary and consent use.
‘Antenna’ is defined as ‘any system of wires, poles, rods, reflective surfaces or similar devices, used to transmit or receive electronic communication signals or electro – magnetic waves’.
The local authority:
then the local authority shall refuse to grant approval.
Suggestion: maybe a Freestanding Base Telecommunication Station could be a minor building work.
We must for the time being:
The way forward: