I forgot to ask whether there would be problems because of the coax that
I have running on the outside and parallel to the tower using coax arms
if the inverted L's were run on the opposite side of the tower? The coax
is running on the outside of the tower all the way to the top of the
tower and is presently feeding a tri-band yagi. There is also rotor
cable included in the run.
My next question may depend on the answer to the first one. But would it
be ok to run coax for the inverted L's from the top of the tower where I
presently have a remote coax switch, back to the bottom of the tower by
running it along with the existing coax which parallels the tower? I was
hoping to be able to do this instead of running a brand new run all the
way from the shack.
I hope that I have explained what I am trying to ask clear enough.
Once again, you input is greatly appreciated.
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