More likely he was smokin' that rope.
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From: "Dale L Martin" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, August 09, 2003 9:34 AM
Subject: RE: [TowerTalk] Unusual Tri-band Performance ??
> Michael J. Donohue VE3YF wrote:
> > I overhead a conversation on 20m the other day where someone said
> > he was using a Cushcraft A3S, which has been modified to act like on
> > 10,15 &20 as a monoband 5 element Long John on a 55' wide spaced
> > beam. It has on 20m at least a 25+ dB F/B ratio and 13-14 dB forward
> > gain. He won't give up the secret but for a tribander on a 14' boom,
> > seems almost too good to be true. Will this put Force-12 and M2 and
> > other makers of large monoband beams out of business?
> > 73 De Mike
> > VE3YF
> But, was he using rope in his elements?
> dale, kg5u
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