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From: "Jim Lux" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> radiator height, ground loss resistance) and then let the optimizer spit
>> out an optimum position for the center loading inductor and a optimum
>> length for the top hat wires.
> 4nec2 can probably do the optimization. If you can write algebraic
> equations for the parameters in a NEC description in terms of a few
> symbols, it can optimize..
> For instance, I've done a bunch of models where I was looking at things
> like inverted Vs, where I constrained the height of the center, the
> height of the two end supports, but allowed the spacing of the end
> supports to vary (effectively putting more or less non-conductive string
> inbetween the end of the V and the support).
Yeah, that sound like what is needed. Start the optimizer, go have
lunch, and then come back to see where to saw the aluminum tubing :-)
73, Mike W4EF................
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