You probably don't have a way to move the ends apart or you would have.
No modeling here either but I bet the pattern is not great with the legs
so close together.
I have no clue what would happen if you tried the inv L shape with the
ground leg going toward ground and the hot side being pulled out
No room for a vertical on 80 with some radials?
W0MU-1 CC Cluster w0mu.net
On 4/12/2012 10:22 AM, Tom Osborne wrote:
> Hi All
> Right now I have an 80 meter inverted 'V' up about 80 feet or so in a tree.
> It seems to work OK. The problem is, the way it is set up, the 2 ends of
> the antenna are only about 30 feet apart, kind of like a V-beam.
> Is there a way to orient it different that would work better.
> I could set it up as an inverted 'L' and feed it in the center, or as a
> 'C', with the center part vertical and the ends horizontal. Would any of
> these be better than what I have now.
> Main interests on 80 meters are contesting and working DX.
> No modeling software here. Thanks and 73
> Tom W7WHY
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