I have had about the same experience in the past with a full wave delta loop
on 80 meters. The loop was sloped at 45 degrees and fed at the bottom
corner. Worked great for me.
Did a lot of A/B comparisons with the delta loop and a half wave inverted
vee. Got different results between early evening and early morning showing
the loop was definitely a low angle antenna.
Ah yes, those were the days...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Courtney Judd K4WI" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Tower and HF antenna construction topics." <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, February 03, 2010 12:48 PM
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Feeding a Delta Loop
> Stu I tried just to reply to you but everything I tried ended up here....
> but here is my experience... I have a full wave delta loop for 160 hung
> at the 90 ft level of one of my towers.. sort of a tri-angle with the long
> side at the bottom about 8 ft off the ground. The whole antenna is tilted
> about 20 degrees from vertical and I feed it at the near low corner with a
> 4:1 balun... works like a killer and has great bandwidth. Bandwidth is
> 100 kHz for 2 to 1 points and works great for transmit DX but not the best
> receive antenna in the world. My 2 cents... Cort K4WI
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