Thanks Pete, that is what we figured and we will be putting the EF140
perpendicular to the SteppIR elements. In this configuration do you think 6
feet is the minimum?
Martin - HS0ZED
From: Pete Smith [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 17 January 2005 18:36
To: Martin Sole
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] SteppIR installation
I have an EF-240S that is 6 feet above a tribander, and interaction was
severe until I turned it perpendicular. That suggests to me that much less
than 6 feet would probably be asking for trouble on 15 meters.
73, Pete N4ZR
At 04:16 AM 1/17/2005, you wrote:
>Tomorrow myself, HS0ZED, and John, W2YR, will go to the shack of our
>good friend Eddy, HS0/EA4BKA, to assemble and install his new 3 el
>SteppIR. We have allowed ourselves a couple of days to complete the job
>staying overnight in Pattaya which should be fun. I would appreciate
>any comments or suggestions from those that have already been through
>the process regarding anything we need to consider before starting. We
>will install an EF140 at right angles, i.e. parallel to the boom of the
>SteppIR. Is it okay to place this just a few feet away give the
>orientation or do we need to be more careful?
>Martin - HS0ZED
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