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Besides, a professionally printed book looks a lot better than copier paper in a 3-ring binder. I know I did. The final product is in my homebrew album on Facebook—steve. See fiels article at this link: F — J Member Spotlight: This is not the case. Medias this blog was made to help people to easily download or read PDF files.
I get a good swr on the general class end of 40 meters with no TRSB. I realize that my settings here might be a little different but I would be interested in having a copy.
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As with the antenna–experiment and see what works! Jonathan, I read the book a few years ago. Only at — buddipold a Web site.
I had a Buddipole a while ago and foolishly sold it. I will try the configuration in the book and let you know how it goes via Facebook. You will need the freely available Adobe Acrobat reader to access this.
For me, the benefit of the TRSB was its isolation transformer which prevented RF getting down the coax and stinging me. Fiedl always, tuning by noise and an SWR meter is good; using an analyzer is better Or even something in the close proximity to the antenna?
I could be out there hours trying buddippole tune it. It makes things much easier to check that my setups are tuned properly for best performance. Thank you for taking the time to post this, Jonathan!! The book has too much antenna theory. If you have any questions, problems, or suggestions about Reviews, please email your Reviews Manager.
K — O Member Spotlight: I will look forward to hearing how you get on. You will need the freely available Adobe Acrobat reader to access this. On each occasion I have worked long distance DX including a contact on 40 metres into California which was approximately 15, kilometres away almost 10, miles!
Thanks for the previous comments!
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Buddipole in Bunessan, Isle of Mull, Scotland. Do yourself a favor and join this group and check out the many valuable files. I certainly understand the costs of new editions of books.
Thanks for the feedback and information. But mainly use the base on chem.
For a vertical, such as a Buddistick formation, lack of chart data is no problem. I find that it takes too much time and still does not tune. It can be a bit daunting when you first get started but if you fueld the various resources that I listed in the post then it will be much easier for you.
Do yourself a favour and familiarise yourself with the settings to use your Buddipole as a vertical which you will find via the resources I listed fielr. I would have thought that whether or not you need an ATU in addition would depend on the antennas you build and what their resulting impedance is.
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Everything is black and white. Check a Callsign on QRZ. I bought the extra long whips to be able to work 40 meters better and better is what it does at that lower freq. I also do QRPp but only when I want to see how signals get out.