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From: K7LXC@aol.com (K7LXC@aol.com)
Date: Sun Jul 7 13:09:48 1996
In a message dated 96-07-06 18:26:08 EDT, you write:

>I am very close to raise my Triband Yagi for 10-15-20 meters, however I have
>a question:
>-  I intend to put my 2 meters yagi (11 ele. with vertical polarization) on
>the top of the mast. What distance must exist between the triband beam and
>the VHF yagi?
Carlos --

     I would recommend 5 feet or more if possible.  The more separation the
better although most HF beams won't "see" the 2M antenna.  The exception is
Mosley antennas that seem very sensitive to ANY antennas around them.  In
that case, I wouldn't mount any antennas around it.

     BTW, you may want to check into Towertalk, the tower and antenna
construction reflector.  It has many knowledgeable people on it and is a
terrific source of information for tower and antenna questions.  Send a
message to towertalk-request@akorn.net with subscribe in the message to sign
up.  See you there.

73,  Steve  K7LXC

73,  Steve   K7LXC

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