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[TowerTalk] 4el SteppIR at Dayton?

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Subject: [TowerTalk] 4el SteppIR at Dayton?
From: (David L. Thompson)
Date: Tue May 20 13:31:37 2003
The charts on the SteppIR web page show forward gain and front to back all
across each band.
a 32 foot boom is probably too long for optimum on 10 and maybe 15.  So far
don't see a parasitic element for 10 as with the KT 34/36XA and the XA works
great on 10...better than a 5 el KLM and almost as good as the 7El 10 I
built from the first issue of Ham Radio Magazine.
The charts are nearly as good as the final revised charts for the 34XA and
just less than  the 36XA charts on the M2 web page (for 10 meters).
73 Dave K4JRB

> At 02:28 PM 5/20/03 -0700, W6TKV wrote:
> >Most of what I think I know about Yagi design came from spending time
> >with the K6STI's Yagi Optimizer design program.  Clearly, any design is
> >always a tug-of-war between front-to-back, forward gain and SWR.  I
> >realize the Steppir optimizes SWR vs. frequency, but I wonder what the
> >design parameters are for front-to-back and forward gain.
> >
> >Has anyone thought much about this ... or asked?

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