Terrain Profiles from W5WZ

  

Here's my QTH from 10,500 feet.  What more can be said? I certainly can't do much to change the surrounding terrain.  The topography looks pretty good in most directions.

Click here for a topographic map of the area around my QTH, or here for an aerial photo.

To view PDF files, click the individual links below.  Or, if you want to model with my terrain profiles in HFTA, click DOWNLOAD Tower 1  profiles.  

  

  

  

  

HFTA Output Files

To Europe - Tower #1

40 meter stack -- 2 over 2 at 118'/52'

20 meter stack -- 3 over 3 at 118'/52'

15 meter stack -- 4 over 4 at 118'/52'

10 meter stack -- 7 over 7 at 118'/52'

  

To Japan - Tower #1

40 meter -- 2 elements at 118'

20 meter stack -- 3 over 3 at 118'/85'

15 meter stack -- 4 over 4 at 118'/85'

10 meter stack -- 7 over 7 at 118'/85'

  

To South America - Tower #1

40 meter -- 2 elements at 118'

20 meter -- 3 elements at 118' or 5 elements at 38'

15 meter -- 4 elements at 118' or 5 elements at 38'

10 meter -- 7 elements at 118' or 5 elements at 38'

  

Antenna Stacking -- I gave a presentation at the Louisiana Contest Club meeting held at the Rayne LA hamfest on 14 March 2009.  I still have much to learn, but the trip is fun!

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