I always find it hugely amusing when folks take such glee in dissing
Nothing "trumps" theory properly applied, and I would venture that there
are at least as many cases of anecdotal observations (i.e.,
"experiments") being misunderstood and broadcast as fact (i.e.,
"shared") as there are poor theoretical analyses for any given topic ...
particularly so for antennas and feed systems.
On 4/19/2012 11:02 AM, Tod Olson wrote:
> Once again, experiment trumps theory!
> There is a lot of room in the ham world for polite skeptics who take the
> time to run experiments, make measurements and then share the results.
> Tod, K0TO
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