Ah, SWR. But then again, what else except SWR. Then there's SWR. How
could anything else but SWR matter, after all, it's SWR.
SWR trumps performance.
SWR trumps efficiency
SWR trumps price.
How come no one ever gets on and gripes about the narrow matching range
of an amp, or how the design of the amp (the tube, largely) causes
extreme variation in grid current for variations in the load impedance.
That's just a cost cutting exercise by the amp manufacturer.
That's because SWR trumps ANYTHING.
Or did I miss something.
I'm going to make a deck of cards that has clubs, diamonds, hearts and
SWR, and play bridge with it, except a rules modification: SWR is always
What does an SWR look like? I need a picture.
Does a car have SWR? Obviously someone has overlooked something. It
would be revolutionary, given SWR's ability to transfix everyone. Move
over Sexy, move over Sleek, here comes SWR. Cars will never be the same.
Apex, NC, USA
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ed Wolf" <email@example.com>
To: "TowerTalk" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, October 02, 2001 11:20 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] Force12
> Force 12 recommends using a minimum of 100 feet
> of coax for their C4SXL feed lines. I just moved my
> shack to the second floor and now have over 30 feet
> each of both of the feed lines. Has anybody used shorter
> coax with their antenna? I was told by F12 that if I
> use shorter coax, the BW would suffer.
> Ed Wolf - ars:N3UE - NA40+TR.PA
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