What antenna heights are used in the YT model
at the DX end?
I know N6BV modeled 100 ft high antennas for 80 thru 17M
and 60 ft high antennas for 15 through 10 in his original
propagation studies. Not exactly representative of the
typical DX stations that run around answering CQ's.
Did he ever model LOW antennas at both ends of the path
for high sunspots?
On Fri, 19 Oct 2001 Pete Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> At 11:45 AM 10/19/01 -0500, Tom Martin wrote:
> >If you have a three element 10 meter beam and you can put it at 80
> >or side mount it at anywhere from 40-60 feet, where would you put
> it for
> >DX operation and not SS?
> The way to answer this is to get a copy of YT (free with the ARRL
> Book) and try superimposing the arrival angles from various DX
> locations on
> the actual patterns at various heights over YOUR terrain. Anything
> else is
> just arm-waving, because the foreground terrain, destinations of
> and your QTH's location relative to those targets all come into
> 73, Pete N4ZR
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