You can see the bad news: choose from CW, low phone, or high phone.
Hope you don't need more than one of those segments :-(
Also, you can't "cheat" the SWR curves by using a tuner.
The pattern will significantly degrade at the frequencies
where the SWR is high. This is why, IMHO, given a choice
between a TH6 and TH7, picking the TH7 is a no brainer.
I used to have a TH6. I would never go back to that.
> Look at Page 2 of 7 in the "TH6DXX" (last one listed) Curves are there. As
> remember mine when it was up, curves were similar.
> Al W2OIB
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "JACK" <K4WSB@ARRL.NET>
> To: "Tower and HF antenna construction topics." <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Thursday, April 01, 2010 6:59 PM
> Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Hygain TH-6DX
>> The manual with swr curves is on the Hy Gain site under other manuals
>> At 06:49 PM 4/1/2010, you wrote:
>>>I have opted to go the TH-6DX route due to time constraints on getting
>>>and also due to the fact that I cannot afford what it would take to get
>>>the other parts to make it a whole antenna at this time.
>>>I will have to budget for that for next year possibly or later the way
>>>economy is looking here.
>>>Does anyone have what would be considered a normal looking swr curve for
>>>TH-6DX? The TH-7DX manual has one but the manual for the TH-6DX does
>>>have looked on Google and the only thing it comes up with is something
>>>called a 'torrent download' whatever that is.
>>>Anyway can't find one does anyone happen to have one or have a copy of
>>>May 1970 Ham Radio Magazine. Someone told me there is a curve it in on
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