David Gilbert wrote:
> That's one good reason for it. Another is that in the case of only one
> yagi, mounting it vertically puts all the elements in line with the
> tower/mast, potentially causing unwanted electrical interactions.
> Another is that horizontally configured yagis for other bands (or phased
> for the same band) can easily be stacked one above the other on the same
> mast. Imagine mounting three vertically configured monoband yagis one
> above the other.
if they were for different bands, one could conceivably interleave them
(as is done for a variety of commercial antennas), although the
interactions would probably necessitate some redesign.
If you were stacking for vertical pattern reasons, it would be a royal
pain, as you say.
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