[CQ-Contest] Tri-Band Beam??
n1eu at yahoo.com
Sun Jun 20 10:23:37 EDT 1999
I could be missing something here (please tell me if I
am), but am I the only one who thinks it a bit off to
respond to someone asking for some antenna advice with
an offer to sell him the answer for $17?
According to the rules of this reflector "Postings to
CQ-CONTEST at CONTESTING.COM should be non-commerical and
related to radio contesting. Anything outside of those
boundries should not be seen here unless specifically
approved by N5KO(trey at kkn.net)."
How about posting the results on your Web site, which
would be more in the spirit?
You'd probably draw enough extra traffic to your Web
site to make additional sales of other products to
more than outweigh the $17 a pop.
--- K7LXC at aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 99-06-20 02:32:29 EDT,
> walexan at ipa.net writes:
> > I am wanting to purchase a Tri-Band Beam. Which
> Beam is the best? Don't
> > want a 30 foot boom too big for my yard.I have a
> 70 ft tower to put it on.
> Funny you should ask. N0AX and myself have
> tested a dozen HF tribanders
> for on-the-air performance and published the
> results; they were presented at
> Dayton last month. The 80-page book is availalbe
> http://www.championradio.com. The information
> includes protocol, data sets
> and summaries. Pretty interesting reading.
> Cheers, Steve K7LXC
> Champion Radio Products
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