[antennaware] Modelling beams with linear loading, NEC 4
for the monetarially challenged?
km1h @ juno.com
Thu, 19 Mar 1998 12:19:26 EST
On Thu, 19 Mar 1998 06:41:28 -0500 (EST) "L. B. Cebik"
>NEC-4 improves on NEC-2 by a lot, but has its own limitations. THose
>most note to hams will appear in the next issue of QEX. Unless you
>antenna projects challenge NEC-2 limits, NEC-4 may not be
>However, for serious modeling, keep a version of MININEC available for
>some problems the NECs cannot handle well.
>Hope this is useful.
How accurately does NEC4.1 model in ground, on ground and very low (12' @
1.8MHz) elevated radials and over all real world soil conditions?
(Including my Very Poor 1mS/m rockpile)
Have there been a sufficient number of real world tests to fine tune the
Spring is approaching and I would really want to make some improvements
to my 160M verticals but all the comments about elevated radials has me
Tnx Carl KM1H
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