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Old 2009-01-15, 10:33 PM   #11
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The space from rod to reflector is 10". The main reflector (Al.-foil 42X30 with hour glass slit 1" center and 3.125"at the ends) space is 15" from the elements.
Thats interesting, the main reflector is in back of the NAROD reflector. That should hurt your uhf performance in that direction, not being at the best 100mm Reflector to Element spacing.

Also, is the peak Vhf performance in the right direction ? (0 degrees meaning in the direction of the station, 180 degrees meaning away from it)
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