The SIMPLE solutions are a single band inverted L wire antenna
(lowest cost) or shunt feeding your tower. Why pay high prices
for trapped or loaded antennas when a low cost solution is
available and easier to install and match?
On Tue, 30 Jul 2002 22:17:32 -0700 "Kevin Nathan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Hi All,
> I am still gathering and evaluating information on possible antennas
> 160. I am looking very hard at something called the Battle Creek
> which seems to be the wire version of the Battle Creek Special
> which, from
> what I gather, has made quite a name for itself in the dx community.
> If anyone on the list has used either the Battle Creek Special or
> the wire
> version, please write to me concerning your experiences. IN
> specific, if
> you have used coaxial traps, how broadbanded were they? What were
> your on
> air results?
> thanks much and 73.
> Kevin, K7RX :)
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