>From: email@example.com (DF2PY)
>>I have three bevs towards USA that run
>a. 10 feet north of a phased tx array WNW
>b. 50 ft north of a phased tx array NNW
>c. 100 ft south of a phased TX array W
>The noise on the very close bev to the tx array is not more than on the
>beverages farther away.Well, this is strictly empiric evidence...
With a series fed vertical on a base insulator, you should be able to
disconnect the antenna, leaving the mast floating (if it is 1/4 wavelength
or less), and compare the noise in the rx antenna. If there is coupling,
the noise should increase when the vertical is connected to the matching
I have tried this with various receiving antennas and could never tell any
difference using A/B comparison.
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