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From: Jevon.Lieberg-1@tc.umn.edu
Subject: Re: Dayton Johnson's 1296 double rhombic
Date: Sat, 30 Nov 1996 14:10:52 -0800
Bernie Doehner wrote:
>
> >
> > Are you saying that at some point, it is wasted effort to increase antenna
> > gain because something else is noise limiting the system?
>
> Yes - the terminating resistor. I am trying to get a clarification on
> Johnson's design. I hope he used a design which does NOT use a
> terminating resistor, which according to the ARRL antenna book causes
> a bidirectional pattern.
>
> Bernie
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Bernie and all;

With all the discussion about Daytons antenna, I called him and got his email address( he just lives 5 mi away). I also told him how to get on the reflector so that he could responed to all the questions. His email is daytonj@pclink.com, but i hope he will be up on the reflector later today. I have forwarded to him all the email about his antenna so he should be up to speed about the qestions.

73's

Jon

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