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On my tip-up tail dragger, I mounted all the GPS antennas on the glairshield. Easy to wire and maintain.

The comm antenna is under the left seat, two machine screws through the spar web and two through a doubler.

Transponder antenna on the right side, just aft of the firewall and inboard of the fuel vent. The ADS-B antenna is in the same spot, only on the left side.

VOR antenna (Archer) is scheduled for the wing tip.

No long wire runs in the limited space through the spars and no interference issues.
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Bottom antennas
ADB in, Com, Xpdr



Top: Com 2, Comdant (com/GPS)

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