In a message dated 98-02-01 21:55:27 EST, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> >If I were to make a christmas tree of yagis, i.e. 3el on 20, 4 el. on 15,
> >and 5 el. on 10 what would be the minimum amount of spacing I could use
> >the antennas still some what represent what they are?
> Here is the results of such a query...
> Won't work very good...2
> Had it here worked ok...3
> Buy a Multi band quad...2
> Buy the Array of Light book...2
Sounds like you need to spend some time with a computer modeling program
so you can see for yourself and what the trade-offs are. Yes, Arry of Light is
a good one. Also, Jim Lawson, W2PV's, book Physical Design of Yagi Antennas
has some good stacking and building info.
> Well from the looks of things The first thing to do might be to buuy the
> Array of Light book...What does it cost anyway???
It's written by antenna designer Tom Schiller, N6BT, and is ten bucks
from Force 12. 800-248-1885.
73, Steve K7LXC
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