> I found it a fussy antenna to put together and get resonant. I had to do
> some fiddling with mine. You will probably need one of those swr
> like the mfj 259. It is reasonably flat across 20 and above. I get
> 200 khz of 40 and 150 khz of 75.
> //I think if the Titan really exhibits bandwidth of 150 kHz on 75m, it
> must work similar to a dummy load. That's more bandwidth than a
> full-sized antenna has on 3.5 MHz. My Hustler 6BTV, which is 26' tall
> with top-loading, provides about 30-40 kHz bandwidth on 75 or 80m, above
> and below those points VSWR climbs to >5:1 quite rapidly, and the mismatch
> becomes so bad 150 kHz away that it's not very useful even for receiving.
> But, where it is resonant, it works about the same as a dipole up 50'
> above ground (which I also have, for comparison). -WB2WIK/6
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