anyone have any need for some grasias/andres's tower, i got a whole bunch of
it im sellin for $200 a section, its called M-46, and we gotta get rid of it
in a hurry, so gimme an email if your intristed.... firstname.lastname@example.org
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To: <TOWERTALK@contesting.com>; <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, June 22, 2002 7:27 AM
Subject: Re: [Towertalk] 40M Dipole Height.
> Do you have an HF Yagi on top of your tower?
> Your BEST bet for 40M would be a rotary dipole of some sort,
> such as a CC D40 on the mast above a High Band Yagi, or,
> Match the BOOM of a high band Yagi as a rotary dipole on 40M.
> I have posted my Boom Matching technique several times here
> on TowerTalk and it has also been published in the NCJ
> (National Contest Journal). If you are interested, I can forward
> a copy.
> Tom N4KG
> On Fri, 21 Jun 2002 19:02:55 +0100 "Robert Webb" <G0urr@btopenworld.com>
> > Hello everyone, a quickie for you. I have a 60ft tower with a 1/4
> > wave 40m
> > coax fed dipole attached at the 55ft point. Due to land
> > restrictions, the
> > two ends slope down sharply and the two ends are appx 40ft apart at
> > their
> > lowest point. Would my radiated signal improve if i lowered the
> > feedpont,
> > therefore increasing the angle of the slope or is it better to keep
> > the
> > feedpoint as high as possible. I just cannot work out or see in my
> > mind
> > which would be the best option. Hope it all makes sense, and thanks
> > for
> > youre time 73s
> > Robert Webb
> > G0URR
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