A two high stack of almost anything will beat a single anything simply
due to the benefits of both space and angle diversity.
73. . . Dave
> Sent: Friday, February 13, 1998 2:22 PM
> To: TowerTalk@contesting.com%INTERNET
> Subject: RE: [TowerTalk] Mosley PRO antennas - psychological
> I think one of the psychological factors leading people to
> overestimate the
> Mosley Pro series is the relatively good performance of the old TA33's
> CL-33's, in that many people simply assume the PRO will be much better
> those two.
> Anecdotal evidence suggests it is not a big improvement over them in
> However, it's big, it covers a lot of spectrum, and it's mechanically
> sound. If you do the "brochuremanship" exercises it seems like a
> buy. It looks good. Once you do all the work to get it up and
> cognitive dissonance might prevent all but the most empirically
> rigorous of
> us from admitting it that it is not working so well.
> But I'd bet that two stacked C3's would win the horserace just about
> time, all else being equal.
> 73 John N5CQ
> K4RO wrote :
> If you and Lew McCoy are right about Mosley antennas having negative
> gain, then y'all had better *WATCH OUT* when I put up some "real"
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