|[AMRadio] antenna tuners|
w5jo at brightok.net
Fri Apr 21 20:08:34 EDT 2006
Don your comments remind me of the time I visited the QTH of Bob, W5PYT. El
Paso Natural Gas had abandoned the microwave system leaving a 200 ft. tower
that supported the dishes vacant. Bob talked them into letting him use it
for antennas and support.
He had so many antennas strung up on it that a bird couldn't fly within 1000
ft. of it unless they were sliced like a loaf of bread. I can imagine Bob
pruning each antenna following installation of something new to achieve
He always had a good signal though. Boy what a mess it was.
> I prefer to use just one dipole, centre-fed with open wire line, and use
> multiband tuners to operate that same antenna on several bands. That way
> it is uniformly efficient all the way across each band, and I don't have
> the clutter of multiple dipoles strung all around each other, or the
> compromise of an "all-band" antenna such as a trap dipole.
> Don k4kyv
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