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From: (L. B. Cebik)
Date: Tue, 13 May 1997 14:13:35 -0400 (EDT)
For those who read themselves to sleep, I have add another 5-part item at
the site on half-size verticals and methods of loading.  Covers full-size
and capacity hat models, along with lumped constant and linear base
loading.  Does not get exciting until part 4, which is non-hat top
loading, including linear, zig-zag, and helical fold-back loading.  The
last section has a little surprise--a spiral hat.  (Just read what I wrote
here and asked myself "Should I really talk like that on a radio list?")
Forget part 6 unless you want to replicate models because it is 44 KB of
descriptions of the models used in parts 2-5.  3.6 MHz is the target,
since few folks want a 67' vertical unless they already have a tower.

Hope it is useful to someone, and hope these notices are not a bother to
the group.



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