Wrong again, Carl. I've seen it mentioned here several times on this
reflector that radials such a small a percent of a wavelength above
ground really don't act as tuned elevated radials since they couple so
closely to the ground, and that would seem to make intuitive sense. If
you start with radials laying on the ground and closely coupled to it,
then raise them a foot or so off the ground, then raise them some more,
then some more ... the determining factor for when they begin to act
independently of the ground is going to be some function of a wavelength.
>> There's nothing WRONG with having radials 12 ft off the ground on 160,
>> but they are not "elevated" radials, they act just like they were laying
>> on the ground, because AS A FRACTION OF A WAVELENGTH, they are nearly on
>> the ground.
> Yes they are elevated radials, you are the only one Ive heard of that thinks
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