Having looked at the Array Solutions website, and not being smart enough to put
together, how does the ZeroFive work?
It looks like a single continuous radiator -- great for 40, 80 and 160,
probably 20 as well. But it seems
to me that on 15 and 10, it's a tad long, particularly the 43-footer. It seems
that on the various bands,
matching transformer or not (it says it's a fixed 4:1 un-un), the base
impedance would be all over the
Thanks for any explanation.
> From: K4SAV <RadioIR@charter.net>
> Date: 2008/05/09 Fri AM 11:56:01 CDT
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] WTB: GAP VOYAGER and a ????
> I don't understand the reasoning for using double bazookas on 40 and
> 80. The only thing that a bazooka provides is wider bandwidth, and that
> increase is so miniscule that it doesn't seem to be worth while. It
> won't begin to cover all of 75/80 meters, and usually you don't need the
> extra bandwidth on 40. A crossed double bazooka will increase the
> bandwidth, at the expense of lower gain, but that will still not be
> enough to cover all of 75/80. If you are in need of a coax fed antenna
> that will cover all of 75/80 consider this one.
> Of course a dipole fed with ladderline works also but routing ladder
> line and retuning is a pain for some.
> Jerry, K4SAV
> Daniel Hileman wrote:
> >OK, I got it...I've heard REALLY good things about this Zero-Five 43' Vert,
> >and I think I'd be happier
with that. I really appreciate all the help. Here's the plan...43' Zero Five
for DX (with 60 120' radials OH
YEAH) , possibly an inverted "L" for 160 DX/Ragchew...and maybe a few inverted
for stateside 300-1000miles out. I think that sounds like a plan for now.
> >I have heard lots of opinions about the Voyager, and it seems "ok" but I
> >think for what I want 160-
10m DX on a BUDGET) I'd be happier with the Zero-Five...OR that DX engineering
> >Maybe later, I'll try a fullsize 75m 1/4 wave vertical suspended between
> >trees?? ;-)
> >Thanks and 73 Guys,
> >Daniel N9WX
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