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Re: Egg beater, ELK, yagi, arrow, Lindenblad




>I can vouch for that
>
>Lindeblad work well on weather satellites for me .
>
>I made a quadrifilar for 1090 MHz once, but it was 100 MHz out when 
>I swept it !
>
>Doh

Yes, I know Andrew, when I built the first one about twenty years ago 
from the plans in the Amateur satellite manual using their 
dimensions, I built 5 iterations, before I got it flat at 435...But 
then it scaled perfectly to all other frequencies....

And as near as I could measure, they are all 1.8 or less...The filar 
length is critical, the bends can be approximated...






            73, Dave, WB6LLO
                dguimon1@san.rr.com

                    Disagree: I learn....

               Pulling for P3E... 

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