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Re: LF: Puckeridge Decca station - Big & small antennas

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Subject: Re: LF: Puckeridge Decca station - Big & small antennas
From: "g3kev" <[email protected]>
Date: Thu, 18 May 2000 16:37:08 +0000
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Rik Strobbe wrote:

On 17/05/00 G3KEV wrote:
>To my knowledge no one in the past has disputed that a large and small
>vertical would have the same radiation PATTERN. What has been said is
>that the intensity of the signal radiated from a large vertical is
>greater than a short one. On receive the signal voltage collected by a
>large vertical is greater than the small vertical.

On 17/01/00 G3KEV wrote :
>There is a big difference in the radiation pattern and angle of take off
>between a high vertical antenna and a very low antenna given the same rf
>power to the antenna. 1 Watt erp from a dummy
Dummy load is the significant part of this statement because some low antennas
including  yours are but dummy loads. I am happy that you are saving a file of
my observations. I kill all messages when read, otherwise I would need Tril a
bytes of disk space to file all the message that I receive on email, mostly
complimentary about my expriments and achievements on LF. There is the odd
disagreement like yourself but I do understand the other mans point of view
and do not get upset. Try and improve your signal Rik so that I can hear you
properly and not have to use LAZY MANS CW.

73 de G3KEV

load or low horizontal wire
>is hardly the same as 1 Watt erp from a vertical antenna at 120 ft.

Did I miss(understand) something ?

73, Rik  ON7YD

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