K6SE recommended pairs - or even four - of point fed pennants
hung from a common central pole as a useful configuration. I
believe each one had a common transformer and BOTH SIDES of the
coaxes were switched (e.g., DPDT relays in a plastic box).
If attempting this configuration, I would strongly recommend a
good common mode choke between the pennant and switch and another
one on the feedline after the switch.
... Joe, W4TV
> 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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