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Re: AOP-1 Circular Polarization?

Hi Dom,

Ah, yes, that makes sense.  I am relieved...  

My cross boom is a wood closet pole, so is more-or-less non-conducting.  But I thought I'd try the X orientation because it moves the elements just a little farther away from the BBQ Grill 2.4 ghz downlink which is right adjacient on the boom.  The interaction hasn't been an issue in the past, but I only wanted to drill the holes once.

Thanks again for all your insight.  This stuff is all magic, until you understand what is going on.

Greg  KO6TH

>> I kind of hope I'm wrong on this...  I just got a new 70cm antenna from a
>> swap meet today, and it's already mounted in the X position.
>> Greg  KO6TH
> Hi Greg, KO6TH
> The interferometer-like effect that you mentioned is referred only to a dual
> boom antenna mounted configuration no matter if the antennas are mounted
> in a X or + configuration.
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