BUDDIPOLE IN THE FIELD PDF
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Can you print a free copy of the pdf file available at buddipole.
This will save me hassle in the field when I set up. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. My review contains both listing some pros and cons of the book itself, as well as some suggestions on using the antenna itself.
Scott’s book is aimed at maximizing their efficiency and your enjoyment while using them. Thanks for sharing this information on the use of the Buddipole antenna. Tthe nice article with burdipole advice.
Compromise is what I had to accept and the Buddipole fills that bill perfectly. It will help to get the resistance closer to 50 ohms. Obviously, the dipole formation seems to do better on lower bands with additional components. I could be out there hours trying to tune it. The vertical configurations are the easiest for me to set up and definitely the easiest to tune; give them a try!
In 8 years I have tried a dozen times to get a low swr, but it just does not happen. Can you print a free copy of the pdf file available at buddipole.
Buddipole in the Field book by B. Scott Anderson, NE1RD Product Reviews
Buddipole in Bunessan, Isle of Mull, Scotland. I have had the opposite experience as the author of this article.
Additional reviews, opinions and comments are encouraged and appreciated. One Yahoo Group member recommended raking the coil, but in getting close to the antenna with the analyzer in hand the swr changes usually for the worst. Reviews Summary for Buddipole in the Field book by B. Still, he tries to go over everything and stay current. Firstly, Jonathan, buddipolw for an interesting article.
Who would ever think a 10 Meter upright V would work vield a bad solar cycle scenario on higher frequencies than 40 M. I find that it takes too much time and still does not tune. I know I did. I would suggest even more details on alternative mounting inn. Thanks for the enquiry. By far the buxdipole tool I have in my collection is the iP60z analyzer. I found it extremely valuable to put together a table using my word processor which provides me with information on the different coil taps and counterpoise wire lengths.
For me, the benefit of the TRSB was its isolation fiwld which prevented RF getting down the coax and stinging me. It has almost too much info. Other than these comments, I like the book and feel that it would be a valuable addition to your library. By the 6th time of adjusting the antenna lengths I have had it!
Promoting friendship within the international Amateur Radio community through the cooperative exchange of knowledge and experiences of portable operations in the field. One Yahoo Group member recommended raking the coil, but in getting close to the antenna with the analyzer in hand the swr changes usually for the worst. Or even something in the close proximity to the antenna? See the article at this link: Thanks for the post and the advice. Thanks for the ubddipole comments!
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It is relatively easy to read, however the plots are also pretty small buddipolf is the information with them. This has lots of information on the different antenna configurations and their likely impedance values. Its important when they are low to the ground on the 10 or 18 foot pole that they are off center fed, i.
On 20 meters I get an swr of less than 1: A ham friend of mine in South Africa told me that I would be perfectly happy with the 10 foot mast. I am usually up and running fielld a few minutes with the aid of my analyzer and I could not do without it in the field.
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Yes, but by the time you use close to sheets of paper and ink, plus a binder, it is about as cheap to just order it. I started with rhe home brew version and migrated to several variants of the firld line. Have you downloaded the Buddipole in the Field manual that I referenced in my post?
Thanks for the feedback and information. It seems the author emphasizes the TRSB. Patrick, thanks for the tips and sharing your experiences with the Buddipole. I decided I wanted a bookshelf copy. I done some experimenting to see if I could have my coil taps set to points where for ease in the field I could extend the whips fully.