If the antennas that hams use can focus a signal, then they need to be able to focus it in the desired direction. The thing that hams use to point their antennas — large and small — is called a rotator. There is a wide range of rotators, just like with antennas. We’ll cover some of the most common types and give you an idea of how they work. After all, your ham radio success turns on them!
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