After comparing the specs on the two, kinda wonder why F12 even bothered to
build the C4. There's hardly a hair difference in them, and the S is shorter
and lighter and cheaper. Hmmm...
73, Jerry W5KP
----- Original Message -----
From: Peter Larsen <email@example.com>
To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; <Force12Talk@qth.com>
Sent: Monday, September 17, 2001 6:25 PM
Subject: [Force 12 Talk] C4 vs C4s
> Hi All:
> I am looking to replace my TH6dxx and Discoverer 7-1
> with either a C4 or a C4s.
> After looking at the two antennas, my question is:
> is there any real point in going to the C4 over the C4s?
> Dollars boom weight Sq. Ft.
> C4 789 18ft 39lb 6.4
> C4s 699 12ft 33lb 5.7
> With gain figures with in .1 dB of each other I think that
> the C4s is the better choice.
> Part two:
> How far down should I stack a C3s from the C4s that will be at
> 72 feet?
> The lower antenna will be fixed on EU.
> (this is the long term plan)
> Peter J. Larsen
> > Is there another word for synonym?
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