I have enjoyed reading the various responses to this thread. For most
multiple towers or even very tall towers are out of the question. Mine
represents the average individual who has a tower at all, its 52 ft.
high. I felt that
the most bang for the buck, on several bands, was a Tennadyne T-6 log
That takes care of 20,17,15,12 and 10 meters. Trapped slopers for 30 and
shunt feeding the tower on 80 and 160 will round things out.
I've used several L:AZY H's in the past and can well imagine that
can really perform.
Wishing all of you the best in antennas, ham radio, and for the
73 Roy Lincoln WA4DOU
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