[Antennaware] Antennaware Digest
baycock at hughes.net
Wed Feb 18 23:40:17 EST 2009
With respect to your last Paragraph-- your opinion counts a LOT to any
serious antenna fan.
I think that a lot of the modeling posts on TowerTalk should, perhaps, start
there but them move here. This would make the choice to follow or skip a
given thread easier.
----- Original Message -----
From: "K9AY" <k9ay at k9ay.com>
To: <antennaware at contesting.com>
Sent: Wednesday, February 18, 2009 4:17 PM
Subject: Re: [Antennaware] Antennaware Digest
> There is far too little traffic on this reflector. What some members see
> an expansion of its scope may be a good thing. When someone like Tony asks
> for advice, the appropriate response is to discuss modeling as a route to
> the answer, not complain about the propriety of the question. (Glad to see
> some of that happen...)
> I find it completely consistent for this reflector to include the use of
> modeling programs in the process of actually building, testing and
> real antennas -- to compare them with their virtual counterparts and help
> understand how they work.
> Does my opinion count for anything? That's up to each of you ... I have
> an Antennaware subscriber since its inception, a beta tester of EZNEC and
> alpha tester of EZW. And I've designed a few antennas.
> 73, Gary
>>> The name of this reflector is misleading. Tony's posting is
>>> a good example of what results, and I'll bet there are dozens
>>> of others out there who are similarly misled in their
>>> understanding that this reflector is NOT about antennas in
>> There is nothing misleading about the name of the reflector.
>> Antennaware is a contraction of "Antenna Software" which very
>> clearly describes modeling software.
>> Further, if you go to the list page on the web (the link is
>> at the bottom of EVERY message), your will find the title:
>> "Antenna ware -- Antenna Modeling, Programs, and Theory"
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