I would recommend a rotary dipole for 40M, as far above your
LP as you can comfortably get it (say 10 to 15 ft) if your tower
and mast can handle it. For those with tribanders, gamma
matching the boom as a rotary dipole on 40 and 30M works
de Tom N4KG
On Sat, 18 Dec 1999 07:35:04 -0500 email@example.com writes:
> Hi Gang, I have enjoyed reading the various responses to this
> thread. For most
> of us, multiple towers or even very tall towers are out of the
> question. Mine
> probably 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
> periodic. That takes care of 20,17,15,12 and 10 meters. Trapped
> slopers for 30 and
> 40, 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
> stacked yagis
> can really perform.
> Wishing all of you the best in antennas, ham radio, and for the
> 73 Roy Lincoln WA4DOU
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