>From: "Guy Olinger, K2AV" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: "WA9ALS - John" <email@example.com>, "TowerTalk"
>Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] finding resonant frequency of a shunt-fed tower
>Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2001 00:31:52 -0400
>I modeled that with the following assumption: that I would ground the 20
>meter ref and dir (only) to the boom which is grounded to the mast and
>then to the tower . This places the voltage peak out at the end of the
>longest and highest elements. That up 13 feet on a mast atop an 80 foot
>Trylon self standing tower models to a resonant frequency around 1.7
>MHz. I suspect in practice it will be lower than that, say ~1.6 MHz.
>Based upon that I'm going to bury a lot of copper around the Trylon,
>load it on 160 and deal with what crops up.
>Apex, NC, USA
I have buried lots of copper around here but I have never gotten a crop from
I think there is a guy on here that claims to grow aluminum though. Can't
get that stuff to grow here either :)
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