With me it is the other way round.
I am not interested what I find at the coax end in the shack,
that usually fits the output network of the transmitter.
What counts is the behaviour at the feed point of the antenna
and of the antenna itself.
Any antenna looking "funny" will be carefully examined and corrected
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of K7LXC@aol.com
After working on over 200 ham tower/antenna installations, the only
thing that matters to me is how the antenna looks in the shack at the end
feedline. That's my bottom line. Sometimes an antenna looks a little funny
when measured up on the tower but looks FB in the shack ( e.g. C31XR).
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