Topband: Radials help (Mark van Wijk)
w0rihps at sbcglobal.net
Sat Feb 11 18:06:40 PST 2012
Radio Antenna Engineering, published in 1952. It was written by Edmund
Laport. It is available from
3101 Hillsborough Street
Raleigh, NC 27607
73 Price W0RI
With all due respect to your comments.....I want to know what I am building
and why it is worth the effort before I commence. Accordingly discussion on
this reflector is invaluable digesting the pros and cons of any ideas. I
can learn so much here without digging into Maxwells Equations. Long ago I
had a wonderful book "Radio Antenna Engineering"
by Kraus and Terman published in 1952 but it was lost in Hurricane Hugo in
1989. Hopefully I can get another copy on eBay soon.
Herb Schoenbohm, KV4FZ
On 2/11/2012 7:06 PM, Mark van Wijk wrote:
> Please do not abuse my wording. Or maybe I need to clarify.
> I DO welcome any discussion on exsting and new proposed antenna/ground
> However, discussions tend to be jammed by people throwing in basic
theories, papers, even laws of physics from those who seem to oppose a
(valid) new idea (FCP).
> The next step is not to outsmart the guy via your kybd, but to built, test
> That's why I said stop the endless talking and start building.
> 73 Mark, PA5MW
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