>Put up 160 ft of Rohn 45, guyed at 40/80/120/160 ft., preferably with
>Philystran, or at least break up your guys sufficiently.
>Place the 2L40's at 80/160 which is a great stacking combination.
Yes! - the 40m yagi at 160 will work VERY well.
>Place the TH7's at 40 and 120 ft. Use ring rotors or sidearms to
Or better yet - keep looking for more th7's and put one
on top and one at 80' as well.
>The low TH7 is a killer during the day, often better than higher
>I know I'm going to catch a lot of heat over these claims, but those
>are my OBSERVATIONS with my high and low antennas and MANY
>others with multiple antennas/heights have confirmed the same.
I will back Tom up on this - I have had the chance to use
ALOT of diffrent height antennas through at least one compleate
solar cycle from the same station.
>You could hang a pair of 80M inverted vees under the top 2L40, or
>try an 80M rotary dipole. Suspend a vertically polarized DELTA LOOP
>for 160M operation. Six bands on a single tower with competitive
>antennas. Go for it!
I would suggest putting up 3 or 4 sloping dipoles for 80 meters.
I have found that they work better on 80m than a rotary dipole at
150' does for 80m.
George Fremin III
Austin, Texas C.K.U. "I'm on a mexican radio"
K5TR - Wall of Voodoo
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