[amsat-bb] Re: Arrow Antennas
sarlabs at twcny.rr.com
Wed Sep 27 15:10:15 PDT 2006
I've had about equal success with the Arrow II and with the Elk antenna
I never managed to set a real scientific double blind all variables under
control test, but in my opinion results were close enough not to be
meaningful to my ears. OK, I may not be a hi-fi fanatic and never owned
speakers bigger than my car but on the average, they were about equal.
Sometimes one seeming better than the other but never to the point I could
definitely say it was the antenna. Passes are different, trees come in the
way, general conditions vary, etc...
I'll end up putting the Elk with a horizontal rotator on a mast and use it
this winter, from the shack.
Amir Findling, 73 de K9CHP, member ARRL, AMSAT #36083
Coordinator, Senior K9 Handler Western NY SearchDogs, Inc.
K9 Certification Tester, NYS Federation of SAR Teams
1st Special Response Group (1SRG) http://www.1srg.org/
From: amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org [mailto:amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org]On
Behalf Of Fabio Roccatagliata
Sent: Wednesday, September 27, 2006 5:04 PM
To: amsat-bb at amsat.org
Subject: [amsat-bb] Arrow Antennas
I was wondering if arrow antennas are the only portable antennas
available on ham shops or other similar products are/were available.
Any other suggestion for a simple V/U portable antenna to use for
handheld or portable operations ?
IZ1EGT / F5VKV
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