Keep the spacing of the gamma wire constant as you go up.
IOW, use insulated support arms that are the same length.
Use several insulated arms to keep the gamma wire immobilized
in the wind. There should be no effect on your yagi at all.
> I am looking to shunt feed a BX-64 tower with a 20 meter beam on top of it
> for 80 meters. I plan to use an Omega match to for feeding, but I have the
> following questions. The tower is tapered, so do I keep the match parallel
> to the tower or do I make it vertical (not parallel to the tower) ? Also,
> will the beam pattern be effected by which side of the tower that I put the
> match on ?
> Tnx es 73
> Rick KI1G
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