Assuming matched antennas and raliziong that also reflected power will be
attenuated, expecially at 440 MHz.
Extra losses because of an 1:1.5 SWR produced by a 75 OHm cable use are
neglegible and much less than with an intrinsecal lossier 50 Ohm cable.
Unless the cable lenght isn't exactly a quarter wave or an odd multiple, the
SWR will stay 1:1.5 (or less) whose fact is within solid state PA
I'd simply use the 75 OHm coax, eventually trimming out a bad lenght with an
RG11 (RG59) tail.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Foerster" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, March 31, 2001 7:02 AM
Subject: [TowerTalk] Matching 75 ohm hardline for 3 bands
> Is there a solution for matching 75 ohm hard-line to a triband antenna?
> I have a 6 meter, 2 meter and 440 antenna on my tower with 100 ft of 9913
> feeding it. At 440, it's probably about 6 dB loss. I would like to
> replace the bulk of the line with 75 ohm hard-line. I know that you can
> match the impedance with tuned matching stubs, but that's difficult to do
> with 3 different bands at once...
> Any suggestions?