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Re: [TowerTalk] Near Full Sized 40M rotatable Dipole

Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Near Full Sized 40M rotatable Dipole
From: kd4e <>
Date: Mon, 07 Aug 2006 18:43:19 +0800
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>   I've got the tower on the ground.  (60 feet of Rohn 25 with a Missle top 
> and a Ham IV Rotor)
>   I'm thinking about going with either a C3 an A3S or something of that 
> nature for the Tribander.. One thought I had, was to go with the C4, and just 
> have it all on one boom, but that would be the ONLY thing I could put on that 
> tower then.  I'm trying to find a happy medium between performance and wind 
> load.. Plus, I'm trying to get some VHF/UHF stuff up there as well.  I may 
> get stupid, and just add a 3rd set of guys, because one of my solutions was 
> right at 10.3 (It's rated for 10.1) sq. feet and I get everything I want.  
> (Yes, I know.)  I also know that in my area, I seldom get gusts above 50mph.
>   What I'm most likely going to do at this point, is go with this rotatable 
> dipole design I've been looking at, and a C3.  Then 3 Elements on 6M, 9 
> Elements on 2M and 20 Elements on 70cm.  (All Horizontal), add a 3rd set of 
> guys, instead of the recommended two sets, and hope for the best.
>   Dave

How about a C3SS?

Perhaps you could add drooping extensions to either
end of the boom and load it on 40M?

You may still have spare tower capacity for a vhf/uhf beam!


Thanks! & 73,
doc, KD4E
... somewhere in FL

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