|From:||Bill Tippett <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Wed, 05 Nov 2003 17:50:19 -0500|
Being able to fine tune the individual antennas from the shack when fed in phase is another advantage. It is possible to compensate for interactions found in the real world in contrast to calculated l optimums.
How do you do that? Are you optimizing Gain, F/B, SWR or all 3? Having used YO7 to optimize my KLM610's, I am very aware of the interactions that stacking causes and would be interested to know exactly what you mean by "fine tune" from the shack? Can you adjust each of the 4 element lengths to stack-optimized settings?
73, Bill W4ZV
P.S. Dreaming of replacing my stack of 3 KLM610's with the
SteppIR 4 elements!
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