On 4/25/2012 6:41 AM, David Robbins wrote:
> "Assuming" that there is an adequate choke so that the currents are balanced
> it shouldn't matter which conductor from the coax goes to which side of the
I generally agree, and want to emphasize the importance of a serious
ferrite choke at the feedpoint of ANY antenna, including this one.
Remember that the primary reasons for using a choke are minimizing RX
noise and RFI (from us to others), and that is equally true whether the
feedline is coax or parallel conductors.
73, Jim Brown K9YC
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