> From: Bill Fisher, W4AN <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] 10M stack
> Date: Sunday, September 21, 1997 8:26 PM
> What are you feeding these antennas with? How much of a run is it to the
> I'm working on getting my H-frame ready for CQWW CW. Maybe SSB, but I
> it. Lots of work. Plans are already laid for a full sized yagi for 40M.
> Not sure I want to put it on the current Rohn 45 because some of the
> sections are kind of old. Was thinking about putting up a Rohn 55 right
> next to the one that is standing now and taking the current one down.
> put a 3el at 110'. Still down the road though. I have to hire someone
> do it all since I can't.
> Bill Fisher, W4AN (EX KM9P)
sounds like we are all pushing to get some last minute stuff done before
cqww-- also sounds like you are doing some real station building.
i wouldnt worry about the 45 holding up a 3 ele 40 unless you have some
damaged sections. my 40m tower is rohn 45 es has a full sized homebrew at
the top and a klm 4 ele at 70 ft--- my tower is about 20 yrs old.
on the 10m im feeding from the shack to a w0mly type switch box with
7/8 heliax. from the switch ( mid height on tower ) i feeding with rg213;
the new stack will use a wx0b toroid to feed all three antennas ( no
runs from the toroid to each antenna will be an odd multiple of 1/4 wave
the coax has not been selected yet. probably something with less loss than
rg213 but not with the water problem of 9913.
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