That's helpful, but I guess it assumes that the elements are at the ends of
the boom. What happens if the elements are several feet in from the ends?
Do we still use the boomlength as expressed in wavelengths, or do we use the
actual length between the elements?
Tnx & 73
> wx0b'S presentation to the PVRC has the following rules of thumb.
> 1 wl booms space 1 wl
> .75 wl booms space .87 wl
> .5 wl booms space .707 wl
> .25 wl booms space .5 wl.
> The following note is also attached: "short booms are very critical,
> model it to be certain.
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