[TowerTalk] More stack data from NEC

george fremin iii geoiii@bga.com
Thu, 27 Feb 1997 09:21:07 -0600 (CST)

L. B. Cebik writes:
>fraction of a wavelength, so you have to translate that into feet.  That

Ok - but you dont seem to have this conversion correct. 

>2d. 2 beams at 0.7 and 1.4 wl up.  (This corresponds roughly to 70-75'
>lower and 140-150' upper on 20 meters.)

one wavelength = 983.6/frequency in Mhz

Thus on 20 meters 0.7 would be more like 49'
and 1.4 would be about 97' 


George Fremin III
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