|[Fwd: Re: [AMRadio] Hazernut was MFJ]|
ltaft at charter.net
Thu Dec 7 20:10:07 EST 2006
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Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Hazernut was MFJ
Date: Thu, 07 Dec 2006 19:06:14 -0600
From: Larry Taft <ltaft at charter.net>
To: Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service
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References: <ccc.51a74c4.32aa123e at aol.com>
*THIS IS THE FIRST GOOD IDEA ON THE THREAD! The Hazernut!*
Ka9p at aol.com wrote:
> Sorry if I missed this earlier in the thread but you might just run your
> Butternut up on the Hazer and give it a shot.
> I mention this only because back in the day when the Hazer was up here, a
> friend dared me to run an old 5 band HyGain up on the Hazer (had 40 feet of Rohn
> 25) and it played phenomenally on 40 and pretty darned good on 80, with one
> radial for each band, and the Butternut is easily twice as efficient I would
> think. It was also really neat to flip between the beam and the vertical on
> 20, 15 and 10, and the vertical was very impressive there as well.
> Did not win the neighbor's aesthetic appreciation award that winter, however.
> 73 Scott
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