Antenna other then those for a fixed frequency ( such as used in VHF and
UHF ) are always a compromise.
LP brings a lot more of metal on the towers , so think it over. There is not
that much gain difference between LP and classic beams. Stepper technics
is a better aproach to the fixed freq antenna, and will be ideal ( I
suppose ) the day they can adjust the distances between the elements and the
element lenghts as well.
My two Euro cent vision .
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lee Buller" <email@example.com>
To: "TowerTalk" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, June 23, 2003 5:02 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] Log periodic vs Steppir
> Boy, I hope I am not opening up a can of worms here....but I am interested
in doing some work on the old antenna farm and have come to a question that
I cannot answer because I have no experience.
> I have never used or been around a log periodic, but Teledynne has some
for a pretty good price. Covers a lot a bands that a "tri-bander" doesn't
> Then you have the Steppir folks that have their unique way of making
antennas. To say the least it is facinating how they do things.
> Does anyone have some understand in a relationship between the two types
of antennas that would shed some light on a decision making processes.
> Lee - K0WA
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