Interesting story on this C19XR,
I picked it up from a ham in Odessa, NY,
W2AD, who moved to AZ.,very recently.
I'm almost positive he said he got it from a W6
who lived up the road a ways in NY,
and had actually designed this antenna.
I just noticed Your Freeville, NY., QTH,
I'm wondering if you are the W6 he was referring to??
If so, It looks like I have one of the 1st C19XR's
and, I'm glad to say, after some "polishing" up,and
re-riviting...looks just as good as new...wow..a true
testament to the build quality of
the force12 line...
Thought you might be interested in this info... :)
Again, thanks for the help and advice...
On 4/25/2010 12:03 AM, Natan Huffman wrote:
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> I'm glad you saw that! The balun wires go to the 10 meter driver. You'll
> have two wires then connected from the 10 driver to the 20 meter driver.
> The 15 meter driver is part of the open sleeve and thus is parasitically
> connected to the 15 meter cell. Depending on the rev level of the C19XR,
> the closed sleeve (two wires running from the 10 driver to the 20 driver)
> may be either an encased set of two wires or just two wires without the
> outer case. Either works well but the one encased is a bit easier to work
> Natan W6XR
> Freeville, NY
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