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Re: LF: Re: Top loaded vertical spiral antenne

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Subject: Re: LF: Re: Top loaded vertical spiral antenne
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Date: Mon, 01 Jun 2015 17:32:32 +0200
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Hi Marcel,

Am 01.06.2015 16:52, schrieb Marcel Bos:
[...]About the tip from Stefan.
In my backyard i ve a vertical about 10 m (spiderbeam with wire) total wire lengt 23 meters with atu cg3000. radials about 400 meters total. different lenghts.
Maybe i can try this vertical without the tuner to resonate with vario
meter to 472 khz?
tnx for suggestions

Yes, i would do that. Nice to have a new station on the bnd soon. I
already noticed your dx cluster entries during my CW activity ;-)
I expect tha the 10m toploaded vertical will work well. But do not only
use radials: It is important to use ground rods on LF/MF. A 2m deep
metallic rod should work better then all radials together. Just start
experimenting and see the different results. It is fun anyway :-)
i will take some pictures this week.
A good idea too.

73, Stefan

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