LTA Projects Releases Inflatable Antenna Tower for Amateur Radio

33 ft Tower Designed and Priced for Amateur Radio Operators and Clubs
Dec. 10, 2011 - PRLog -- The inflatable HAM33 Antenna Tower built by Airship Manufacturer LTA Projects is designed primarily for amateur radio operators and clubs that need a fast and safe way to deploy their antenna systems without the risks and expenses of traditional steel towers. The portable HAM33 Tower system sets up in under 10 minutes and has a range of uses from HAM festivals to emergency communications.

“We receive a lot of interest in our inflatable antenna towers from amateur radio operators,” said designer Steve Garner, LTA Projects’ Founder and CEO. “Beyond being enthusiastic hobbyists, they’re a vital link for emergency and disaster relief agencies, so the HAM33 Tower is a natural addition to our line of inflatable tower systems.”

The inflatable HAM33 Tower stakes into the ground and uses a continuous 5.5 amp blower to rapidly inflate to its full height of 33 ft (10 m). The HAM33 has a 59” (1.5 m) base diameter and is made of 10 oz vinyl-coated 1000d polyester available in 8 colors with call sign printing available. The HAM33 lifts up to a 10 lb payload at the top, with additional payload options along the sides. For more information about the HAM Tower go to:

About LTA Projects
LTA Projects started in 2002 by airship designer Steve Garner to develop cloth-based products for ‘high tech’ applications. In 2007, LTA Projects began developing the Inflated Tower concept. These towers provide an easy-to-use platform for antennas, cameras, and sensors. They can be backpacked into remote areas or deployed from most any SUV or pickup truck without special modifications. The towers are now in use by Emergency Management, Law Enforcement, & Public Safety Agencies all over the US. Website:
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