Thanks Craig. I found it in my collection and read the article. Very
informative. He recommends a 4 wire arrangment and was using it up to 800'.
The theory should work for 3000' as well.
I'll let you know what I end up doing later this year.
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> Here's the citation for the long feedline article
> Transmission lines, long, for optimum antenna location N4UH
> 12 Oct 80 Ham Radio Magazine
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