|Subject:||FW: RE: [TowerTalk] SteppIR VS Force 12|
|From:||"Howard Klein" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Wed, 18 Feb 2004 21:34:03 +0000|
In response to Al, N6TA and Mike, WOMU I offer my 2 cents worth. I have a two stack of 4 el SteppIR's (currently down for some changes) and find they are the best antennas I have used spanning a 40 yr plus ham history. The advantage of having a perfectly matched antenna at EVERY frequency between 6 meters and 20 meters with the ability to change the design to the pattern that you are most interested in at that time eg. F-B, forward gain, or best SWR is extremely valuable and negates to a great extent the fixed distance between elements. To get a much broader point of view I suggest that you pose these questions to the SteppIR reflector at
I am looking for feed back on the SteppIR antennas.
I had just about made up my mind to purchase a F12 C4XL until I ran across the SteppIR site.
I have to say the SteppIR philosophy sounds very interesting.
I was leaning to the C4XL because of the two elements on 40 all being on one boom.
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