In a message dated 10/12/01 7:00:54 AM Eastern Daylight Time, email@example.com
> > You din't get it Tom,
> > we are not talking about "Bazooka" dipole, but Bazooka quarter wave
> > coax balun connected to antenna and fed with coax. Read my first
> > posting and K7GCO explanation again.
> Except for balance, there is no difference between that
> arrangement and the arrangement in a coaxial dipole.
> A stub across the feedpoint would have to have a few ohms of Zo to
> do significant reactance cancellation.
Nice try to dance out of it :-) Who is talking about coaxial dipoles?
So it worked for some 50 years, now you "calculate" it doesn't?
>>Read my first
> > posting and K7GCO explanation again (and again, and again :-)
73 Yuri, K3BU
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