Since noone has replied...
Short of putting up and running such a model, it's hard to conceive that two
antennas that close would not affect one another, absent some careful
invention and modeling to devise something to switch out the other's
influence. Personally I wouldn't bet a nickel on a dollar that the two
*don't* interfere. Good problem to begin a career in antenna modeling. :-)
On Sat, Jul 11, 2009 at 7:11 AM, aa4nn <email@example.com> wrote:
> Has anyone modeled two pennants with their
> feedpoints back-to-back like on the same support
> mast for easy switching short path to long path?
> In other words, does the switched out pennant
> influence the receive pattern of the active pennant?
> de Joe, aa4nn
> Lake Wylie, SC
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