It is real easy to make the 1/2 wave coax balun ..... pick your center
frequency and calculate the electrical wavelength of that frequency. Cut
that in half for 1/2 wavelength. Take that figure and multiply it by the
velocity factor of the coax cable ... solid dielectric is .66 ... foam
dielectric is .80. That is how long the coax balun should be. I highly
recommend NOT using foam dielectric cable.
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From: "Joe Barnes" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, September 26, 2001 4:13 PM
Subject: [Towertalk] 20m646 responses
Thank you to all that responded to my message about the telrex, I got one of
the answers that I needed. There seems to be an incredible amount of
knowlege available here.
I guess now I need to find instructions on how to duplicate the original
balun that Telrex recommended with the antenna, it seems like they knew what
they were doing after all.
Thanks again to all, Joe( N4JBK)
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