> Basically Current Feed is when the feedpoint
> is a Current Node and Voltage Feed is when
> the feedpoint is a Voltage Node.
The term node is misused often in Ham radio.
A node is defined as ""A point in a standing wave (stationary wave)
where the amplitude of the wave is a minimum" (Communications
Standard Dictionary and other references).
With that in mind current feed is at the current "maximum" or
"maxima", and that is generally at a voltage node.
Voltage feed would generally occur at the current node (or current
73, Tom W8JI
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