On 1/10/02 2:11 PM, Pete Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>Dave, look at W3LPL, KC1XX et al, with 200-foot-high yagis on 20 and 15,
>and ask yourself whether people who build stations like that would waste
>their money if one wavelength high was enough.
But these guys don't just put one antenna on these high towers. They load
them up with yagis all driven in a stack.
I'm sure these guys rarely find conditions where a SINGLE yagi above 1.5
wavelengths is outmatched by a SINGLE yagi higher in the stack.
Bill Coleman, AA4LR, PP-ASEL Mail: email@example.com
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