|[AMRadio] Double Bazooka Antennas|
w5omr at satx.rr.com
Wed Sep 21 06:11:04 EDT 2005
bcarling at cfl.rr.com wrote:
>On 21 Sep 2005 at 4:18, Geoff wrote:
>>Already at 120' long, adding
>>another 120' meant a 240' loop of wire, fed wtih 60' of 450 ohm ladder
>>line, and using a Heathkit 2060 impedance matching device. I don't
>>think I'll ever go back to a 'regular' dipole, again.
>So basically it sounds like you had one element of a cubical quad...
>No wonder it did well!!
DOES well ;-) (I should be on the air, right now in fact. And will be,
when I get through with this message)
As it's been explained to me, a 'loop' is basically a folded-dipole
that's been pulled apart.
Quad elements, Bry, by virtue of their name, have -4- side (Quad = 4)
Detla is more of a Triangle shaped creature (Tri = 3).
So, this three sided antenna is apexed at around 60', and the feed line
is along a sloping element. Works wonderfully well.
73 = Best Regards,
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