If it was me, I'd sure try to suspend the dipole horizontally between the
trees at 100+' and deal with the feedline when it gets near the ground. A
flat dipole should be the better performer at that height.
Good luck and 73
----- Original Message -----
From: "AD5VJ Bob" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, February 09, 2006 6:58 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] V antenna?
> I am about to move to a place where I have about 2 acres
> and four *very* tall oak trees at adjacent corners of the
> lot(each about 100' or more in height and about 200'
> I presently have an inverted V for 80 meters. The apex is
> at about 25 feet. The ends are somewhat lower.
> Now I am wondering if after the move if I can use the same
> mast for the center (abt 25') and put the ends toward the
> top of the trees.
> It would be a V not an inverted V. Does anyone know if
> this would work for an antenna?
> 73 fer nw,
> Bob AD5VJ
> 10X# 37210, FP#-1141, SMIRK#-5177
> Code may be taking a back seat for now,
> but the pioneering spirit that put the code
> there in the first place is out front of it all.
> TowerTalk mailing list
TowerTalk mailing list