Advice on base station antenna

I am currently looking on putting up a base station antenna. I know there is all kinds of thoughts on antenna types; however, I am looking for advise on a good base station antenna for UHF, VHF etc. I do a lot of DXing and I also use two meters extensively. Particularly interested in 10 meter, 17 meter, 20 meter, and 40 meter bands. I am not limited on space; however, I am somewhat limited on funds LOL. Any info or advise appreciated. Just moved from the Paradise area to the Magalia area. Thanks in advance for any info and/or suggestions. I am going to be using an older Kenwood 6 meter to 160 meter band radio. Got it at an estate sale and anxious to try it out. Russ

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  1. Doug Poppelreiter says:

    Please do not take my advice as gospel or the only way to go. I use a Diamond X-300 for dual band 2m/70cm work. I am very pleased as I have talked simplex to Tracy or nearby. I routinely talk to Roseville/Sac area on simplex, usually 10w, and the North Hills Radio Club (NHRC) repeater, normally 5w.
    I am on the south end of Nimshew Ridge at about 2,100ft elevation, so that helps. That is my story & I’m sticking to it.
    Best of luck.
    Doug KD6LOK

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