> From: rfman45 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Sent: Thu, October 7, 2010 12:15:08 PM
> Subject: Topband: Height of Beverage-Driveway
> After 50 years in radio I'm starting to enjoy myself on Topband and have
>learned much valuable information here thanks to all of you. I have, however,
>encountered a problem for which I would ask your opinion.
> I'm running a beverage about 10 feet high which must cross a driveway. Now
>feet is too low for the occasional truck so what I would like to know is what
>would be the effect on performance if I raise it to 13 feet or so just to
>the driveway? I know that beverages can have dips and irregularities but
>this three foot increase in height for about 10 feet be an issue?
> Thanks in advance for any help on this question!
Beverages are not critical. It has been said that they "want to work". I
guarantee that you won't notice the difference from raising it 13' for a little
I have one that crosses a ravine, and another that has a constant height of 10'
throughout its length. There's no difference, believe me.
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