My friend N4NO has a crawl space under his new addition /
ham shack which comes within 10 ft of his 90 tower. He
simply drilled small holes in the brick wall to continue his radials
through / under the house.
On Mon, 03 Sep 2001 Sylvan Katz <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I am burying radials under the lawn so that I can feed the tower as
> a vertical. The tower is a few feet West of the house. I can easily
> run 30-40' radials from tower to the N, NE, E, SE and S but I can not
> radials from SW through to NW because of the house.
> How much does the radial geometry affect the radiation pattern?
> Any suggestion how to deal with the radials that should be run where
> the house lies (of other than moving the house or tower :-)?
> .. sylvan
> Sylvan Katz, VE5ZX
> Saskatoon, SK
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