In a message dated 3/20/01 7:01:59 AM Pacific Standard Time,
> A simple dipole at about .6 wavelength above
> average ground shows a gain of 8.7 dBi at 25 degrees takeoff. In terms of
> cost and complexity, there is no comparison.
That's a lot of gain for a dipole. Are you including ground gain? I think
that's the only way you could do that since a dipole is something like 1.5 dB
over an isotropic.
Cheers, Steve K7LXC
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