As I recall, OH8OS (?) had six 20M yagis each having 6
elements back in the 70's. They were configured three
high and two wide and I'm certain that they were
bigger antennas than the SteppIR's. I have the picture
QSL around someplace.
> By the way, the original post (and the subject) is
> world's biggest Yagi,
> and while this might be the biggest HF yagi array on
> one tower, I'll bet
> it's not the biggest yagi. There was a monster 20m
> Yagi that someone
> built about 20-30 years ago, and, of course, when
> you go to arrays, you
> look at things like W5UN's EME array.
> And then, there are a variety of non-rotatable 75/80
> and 40m Yagis made
> with wires suspended from cables between towers, as
> well as all manner
> of broadcast SW log periodics (granted, not a yagi)
> that are
> substantially larger than this beast.
> Jim, W6RMK
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