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Old 17-Jul-2018, 1:25 PM   #21
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Old 17-Jul-2018, 11:40 PM   #22
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I posted on this thread to simply state there are different ways to combine antennas, that had not been mentioned. I have no idea what the OP is trying to do, or talking about.
Rabbit 73 I am very familiar with 4nec2 Antenna Sims by holl_ands.
I have spent hours looking at his work, and try to recreate some of the models into working antennas. Everything you posted in your reply matches my current understanding of antenna stacking.
ADTech your post are always welcome, and reflect knowledge of antenna design, and signal propagation.
As I reread this thread it looks more like user name is asking about horizontal verses vertical stacking of horizontally polarized antennas.

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