were made using SPECTRAL IsoPole antennas in bases of the force.
of Radio Nacional Tartagal, of 52 Squadron
140 meters. Of heigth.
base stations in Tartagal and Salvador Mazza
locations dependences of "52 Tartagal" y "54
base stations in San Salvador de Jujuy and La
Jujuy y "21 La Quiaca" Squadrons.
"Castilla " 4200 meter of heigth, in Rosario
in San Antonio de los Cobres ,Salta (3850 mts.).
San Javier Peak, Tucumán
have been chosen by specialized personnel, showing a better performance
that arrays four bays of dipole arrays and other collinear antennas.
started in 1995 in the "52 Tartagal" Squadron (Salta)
in the north west of Republica Argentina border with Bolivia and
Chile, when the Principal Commander Anibal Eduardo Maiztegui seeked
the optimization of radio communications, considering that zone
very complicated topographically and climatologically
After many fruitless attempts, emphasis was put on trial and error
with scarce resources. The person in charge of such task was communications
Commander Pedro Alberto Arias who developed a great technical
job in the installations of the force, using SPECTRAL IsoPole
antennas, with different configurations and arrays in base stations
and repeaters, having improved the communications in strategic
places for national security.
IsoPole, have been adopted in different bases of the Army Forces.
The picture below shows the antenna installed in "Regimiento
Patricios", Buenos Aires, used by the force in their main