The W5HVV quad weighed in at 140 pounds with all that metal angle iron. I
lost it 2 years later in a tornado. Never did find even a trace of it.
Antenna Mart of GA sold the same design as the strieble (K4DLI) quad for
several years before Bill KC4UZ passed away
Rod W5HVV (later N5HV) operated the CQ 160 several years and passed away far
73 Dave K4JRB
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Saif the following
> Actually, the article on the W5HVV quad appeared in February, 1967 QST
> Magazine, and won the cover plaque award for best article of the month.
> Rod became my elmer when he moved in across the street from me when I
> was 12 years old, and I was fortunate enough to be involved in the
> building of the antenna that is the subject of this article. He taught
> me a great deal at a very early age, and is still sorely missed by those
> of us that were fortunate enough to have know him.
> By coincidence, Rod is another guy that has stood on top of a wooden
> power pole, but this one was a 90 footer, and was planted in Thailand
> where he spent some time during the Vietnam war.
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