[TowerTalk] Smaller Towers on City Lots

T A RUSSELL n4kg@juno.com
Wed, 22 Oct 1997 17:50:48 -0600

Add another tribander at 35 to 40 ft for even more versatility.
They can be fed as a stack or turned to two different directions.
Sometimes the lower antenna will even be stronger than the
taller one when the sun is up.

de  Tom  N4KG

On Wed, 22 Oct 1997 16:27:36 -0400 (EDT) "Charles H. Harpole"
<harpole@pegasus.cc.ucf.edu> writes:
>Here is the best small lot antenna system:
>70 ft crank up tower
>TH-7 at top
>Cush 40-2CD 12 to 15 feet above that.
>one sloper at 66 ft. fed at top for 75 meters and slopering down at 45
>One trap half-length 160 meter dipole inverted V off the tower.
>Of course, that is what I used for five years and had alot of fun and 
>decent scores against much bigger and higher.  Put it all up again 
>Tex to Fla) for four more years and loved it all again.  de K4VUD
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