The only 10 - 40 M beam I'm aware of is the
MonstIR by the SteppIR company - but it has a
very large wind load area. However, SteppIR will
be presenting to the market (at Dayton) an
antenna that has (your choice of) either 3 or 4
elements that covers 6M - 40M. Although it is a
bit on the pricey side, it would do what you want
with a relatively small wind load area. I have
their 4 element version now that covers 6M - 20M,
but will be adding the element that transforms it
to cover 30M and 40M as well. My antenna is on a
TX-455 tower at about 55 feet. The Rohn 25G
should accept that wind load with no problems. Good luck in your endeavors.
At 02:20 PM 4/6/2006, Wayne Harrell wrote:
>I am needing a hf beam for 10-40 or even a 20-40 beam.
>I have friends installing a rohn 25 at 50 ft
>I would appreciate input on the beams that are
>not so big or have too much wind load.
>Thanks for the help. I am disabled and confind
>to a wheelchair. I have a TeT 43L beam that a
>friend is trying to make work. It tunes flat
>20-40 but does not have directivity.
>Any ideas to make it work.
>Wayne Harrell WD4LV
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