[TowerTalk] TowerTalk Digest, Vol 35, Issue 107
RDiDonna at wrf.com
Tue Nov 29 19:29:56 EST 2005
Ummm....Did somebody mention my name?
73 Rich NN3W
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From: "Malcolm Ringel" <mringel at bluecrab.org>
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] ALTERNATIVE TRIBANDER or the Ideal
To: "bob finger" <finger at goeaston.net>, <K2EK at aol.com>
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Keep 'em straight & narrow, Uncle Bob !!
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From: "bob finger" <finger at goeaston.net>
To: <K2EK at aol.com>
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Sent: Tuesday, November 29, 2005 6:58 AM
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] ALTERNATIVE TRIBANDER or the Ideal TriBander...
> K2EK at aol.com wrote in part:
> Lets face facts... you are not going to WIN a contest (I mean WIN the
> number 1 single op..) with a tribander. Maybe state, maybe section, bit...
> there are just too many good ops with real antenna farms to consider
> WINNING the
> whole shebang.
> Weeeeell: I can only say that in the 2005 ARRL DX SSB test NN3W did
> indeed WIN the USA low power single op category using the W9GE antenna
> farm. Antennas; OptiBeam OB16-3 tribander at 80 feet and Force 12 C3E
> tribander at 40 feet. The 40 antenna was a Moxon at 80 feet on 75 a delta
> loop and an inverted L on 160. To reinforce the point, Rich came very
> close to exceeding the all time low power usa single op record with his
> 2005 performance
> You indeed can WIN with a tribander. You do need to be a superb operator
> and location helps a bunch too. 73 bob de w9ge
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