I guess the answer is to have the kind of room that
K4JA has. His 80M 4-sqr is in the "80M field" and the
160 is in the "160M field". sigh...
73, Stew K3ND
--- Tom Rauch <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > The band splitter only has to be phase stable and
> good isolation. I
> > agree that this is a significant challenge, but,
> it's a
> > different challenge than erecting 4 additional
> towers and
> dealing with the
> > mutual interactions, which would still exist in
> the "two
> > simultaneously" concept.
> Two arrays (one inside the other and **both being
> used at
> the same time**) is by far the simplest system, but
> complex enough to dissuade almost anyone from trying
> Four elements on two bands is a good for three or
> four long
> and complicated chapters in a major array design
> Since the person planning this has given up due to
> complexity, I'm doing likewise. No need to beat a
> 73 Tom
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