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Re: [TowerTalk] Hygain 155CA to N6BV spec's

To: "Tim Wininger" <>, <>
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Hygain 155CA to N6BV spec's
From: "Pete-N4KW" <>
Date: Sat, 31 Jul 2010 22:39:31 -0400
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Tim,   About ten years ago I did some optimizing on the 155ca using YO 
software.  I still have the software but its not loaded and is a DOS based 
program.  I can check through my files as I know I never throw away any 
antenna files.  I should still have the spacing and tapper schedule if you 
want them.
My modeling was for a single antenna and did not model it as a stack so not 
sure how it would behave in that environment.  The antenna worked very well 
and I sent my findings to Hy-Gain and Roger (do not recall his call) wrote 
back and said he really liked the results but they would stand pat on what 
they were using.
73 Pete N4KW

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Tim Wininger" <>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, July 31, 2010 4:59 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] Hygain 155CA to N6BV spec's

>I looked back thru the achieves but didn't get much data on
> anyone trying  N6BV published mods of the Hygain 155BA/CA .
> So here's the question again:
> Need input/experiences of any op that has re dimensioned the 155.
> I am getting ready to stack a pair and would like to have a broader SWR
> bandwidth.
> Looking at YW this seems to be the answer however after reading KL7RA's
> post of a few years back it seems that there could be some cut and try
> effort
> involved. I know that's the case as not many cookie cutter guarantees in 
> all
> this.
> Thanks for any info,
> Tim, KY5R
> "in the Heart of Dixie"
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