I guess you refer to the antenna modeling course. I was very pleased
with it. I had used EZNEC and ELNEC for many years. In the course, I
learned more about the limitations of NEC2, learned a little about NEC4,
learned about the features of the professional applications available,
learned correct ways to model antennas and interpret analyses, and
learned a lot about different antennas. I endorse the course, with one
reservation: I think one should have a fair background in math and
physics in order to recognize the limitations and incorrect parameters
of analyses using these models.
One should commit a few hours per week to this course before beginning
it. Getting the best value from it requires lots of study and practice.
73 de WOØW
>Hi, all concerned:
>What's the buzz on the ARRL antenna course?
>I registered immediately after it became available, but, due to time and
>other constraints, haven't taken it yet.
>If there're 'peer reviews', will some one pls give me a pointer?
>TIA -- 73, Dave, N3HE
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