I feed each loop with a 72 ohm matching stub which terminates in a 5 band
remote coax switch mounted on the tower. No balun and it's 1-1 SWR at the
design frequency for each band. Tying all feed points together is just like
putting up 5 dipoles and tying all feed points together, it can be done but
does not work well.
On Mon, Feb 1, 2010 at 6:49 PM, Daniel Hileman <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> Well, I appreciate the responses from everyone about Fiberglass spreaders.
> well I found that Max-gain isnt as expensive as I originally thought, so I'm
> gonna probably go with them. I now have a new question. I am trying to build
> a two element 5 band (20-10m) quad, it will be on about a 10' boom. I have
> read some places that say you do not need a balun, and others that say you
> will need a 2:1 balun if you want to connect all the coaxes to one feed (or
> a relay.) Can you just feed these antennas to one SO-239 without a Balun?
> Thanks and 73,
> Daniel N9WX
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