Have the utility BURY the service .. and put up BOTH loops!
David Greer wrote:
> Every ounce of my safety-conscious brain tells me not
> to run one leg of a proposed 80-meter full-wave
> horizontal loop above the service drop coming to my
> residence from the power lines along the back property
> line. But the tall trees in the backyard of my new
> residence are so inviting -- they were tailor-made to
> support a nice 80-meter horizontal loop. But, the
> service drop is in the way. I need reassurance that I
> am doing the right thing by not installing said
> antenna in that location. Now, I am considering a
> 40-meter loop because I can avoid the service-drop
> issue by going with a smaller loop.
> Anyone want to convince me that I am wrong?
> 73, Dave, N4KZ
> David Greer
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