I would expect a simple dipole of Delta Loop
would be much more effective. Aluminum
dipoles can be made easily using fiberglass
rod or phenolic tubes for insulators. A couple
of 1-1/2 U bolts will hold it to a tower leg which
will allow 120 degrees of (rope) rotation.
A Delta Loop can be suspended from a guy wire
or side arm and can be rotated by moving the
On Sat, 5 Jan 2002 "Mike & Coreen Smith" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Hi Guys,
> Anyone ever tried a slopers off their towers for 10m or higher?
> The <switchable>one in the Handbook for 40m by the K8 looks
> interesting, and
> was thinking one for 10m or 6m might work well.
> I wonder if the interaction from the tower would be "too much" for
> one that
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