In a message dated 9/19/02 12:26:30 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
> How did they confirm the power losses in the conductors
> were 0.17 dB? Did they put the entire antenna in an
> infinitely large thermos bottle and measure the heat
> gain? Or did they use a COMPUTER MODEL's estimate
> of power losses in a particular material? There is
> a world of difference between the two.
You're upset about 0.17 dB in a manufacturer's claim? Good grief. The
margin of error on our tribander and vertical comparison reports was in the
+/- 1 dB.
Why not get upset with manufacturer's claims that add 6 dB of ground gain
to their published gain figures? (Snide remark about Mosley antennas
Get a grip.