Thu, 02 Mar 2000 14:58:07 -0500
>In keeping with the main topic of towers and antennas, has anyone ever
>tried to load a cat as an antenna? What feed system did you use? How
>much gain did it have? I think it has been tried in Europe and they
>called it the "CFA" (Cat Fazed Array). Has to be analyzed using
>unconventional fizix . . . I understand that no matter what the polarity
>of the launched signal is, it always lands on its feet.
The CFA was invented by the same people who invented a perpetual motion
machine using a cat and a piece of toast with jam on it. Since toast in
this configuration always lands jam side down and cats always land on their
feet, if you duct tape a piece of toast, jam side up, on the back of a cat
and drop the combination off a ladder, it will spin in mid-air forever.
73, Pete N4ZR
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