If you want these 4 wires to work as a V beam, you must feed only
two adjacent wires at a time.
Switching can easily be done with two single pole double throw relays.
Connect the common side of each relay to the feedline.
Connect wires 1 and 3 to the left relay.
Connect wires 2 and 4 to the right relay.
The resulting 4 combinations are:
1 and 2 left V
3 and 2 center V
3 and 4 right V
1 and 4 (two wires with 150 degree spacing...like a "bent" longwire)
On Tue, 18 Mar 1997 19:08:06 -1000 Jim Reid <email@example.com> writes:
>OK, I have not been able to figure out a switching
>set up to feed one ladder line to three V-beams.
>But, en-vision only four wires, which could form
>three V-bemas, sharing the center two wires,
>with each wire 4 wave lengths long, and at
>angles of 50 degress to one another, such that
>the four wires were spread over about 150 degrees
>of azimuth. These are fed with the two right most wires
>tied together at the near end, and the two left
>most wires tied together, and then fed by one
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