On Thu, 10 Jan 2002 David O Hachadorian <email@example.com> writes:
> LPL told me one time that his best antenna is a large 10 M Yagi
> at 200'. He theorizes that when you get an antenna that high, in
> terms of wavelength, the nulls fill in and become almost
> Dave Hachadorian, K6LL
> Yuma, AZ
That seems quite plausible since the lobes and nulls become
VERY NARROW at 6 WL high :-)
First Lobe 1 to 3 degrees
Second 6 to 8
Third 11 to 13
Fourth 16 to 18
Fifth 21 to 23
A small ground slope of 2 degrees or less could easily
cause one or more nulls to fill in.
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