> No Quads??
> 2 element 5 band quad from Lightn' bolt is under $300.
> OK doesn't cover 30 meters.
> 73 Robert
Robert, et al:
Can you help me with three questions?
1. Can a 5 band quad be stacked at 40 and 70 feet ... this
would require one to be side mounted ... is that
2. How does a 5 band quad compare to a log periodic, a
staggered-mono such as a Force 12 5BA, a multiband no-
trap yagi, or a traditional trapped multi-band yagi?
3. What is the survivability of a quad versus a beam here in
New England where icing and high winds gang up on
I am more tempted to try quads on 6 & 2, even 12-17-30, because they are
all non-critical bands for me. I am fearful of having my 10-15-20m quad
trashed in mid-winter!
73, DavidC AA1FA
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