How do you do that with one feedline when more than one band
(not a direct harmonic) is involved?
On 16 Dec 99, at 9:03, Jay Terleski wrote:
> The offsets can be compensated for easily with a little longer coaxial
> calbe that acts as a delay line to electrically aliegn the driven
> elements, when pointed in the same direction.
> Its already been done.
> Pete Smith wrote:
> > Would take a heckuva tower -- I'm not sure even Rohn 45 would be
> > heavy enough, but otherwise I agree.
> > The only issue I can see is that running the C51s and C31s together
> > for a 4-high stack could be problematical because of the horizontal
> > offset of the C31 part of the C51 array -- might somewhat degrade
> > the pattern on 20-10. It'd be interesting to model, though.
> > Doesn't VE1JF have something similar? Jim, you out there?
> > 73, Pete N4ZR
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