Models the same as any yagi type antenna. Just specify the elements,
the feedpoint, and run it. What is really interesting is the
non-intuitive current distributions you get in those types of
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tim G. Brresen" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, December 22, 2005 5:50 AM
Subject: [Antennaware] modelling an interlaced 3 bander
> Hello Antennaware list,
> I'm trying to model the Finnish JP2000 interlaced 3 bander, but I
> ran in
> to some problems.
> We are talking a 3 interlaced beams on the same boom. An antenna
> to the OptiBeams or the Force 12 interlaced ones.Thsi on got 3 elms
> for 14
> and 21MHz and 4 for 28MHz.
> It's driven on the the 14MHz dipole element only, the 21 and 28 DE's
> exited as sleve elm. from the 14MHz.
> Anyone tried to model such a beast? Who whould care to share
> Tim, OZ4GA
> P.S. Finnish Antenna Ltd. posted the manual w. all meassures on the
> net at
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