Just realized this didn’t post to the group.
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On Dec 31, 2018, at 7:28 PM, Nick Hart [email protected] wrote:
I started making one of these last year. But, I went in a different direction at the time.
The author's idea is to treat the driven elements like a fan dipole running off of a common feed, so you wouldn't need a duplexer.
Dirt cheap and certainly worth the experiment to see what sort of results you'll get.
I’ve been using my well faded Arrow for 4 years. The boom is a much appreciated LIDstick so the old man can swing it as well as a 3 year old.
Has anyone modified the Arrow to have 2m and 70cm elements in the same plane (instead of stock 90 degrees)? I’m just curious what the performance result might be - I know it would be easier to get in and out of the RoverMobile instead of doing the twist-and-angle it out.
HNY and 73,
Douglas Tabor [email protected]
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