From: ERNEST GREGOIRE (GREGOIRE@VALLEY.NET)
>In <199507102111.RAA16228@dartvax.dartmouth.edu>, ERNEST GREGOIRE wrote:
>>How about if I also tie in the 4 foot ground rod to the radial side
>>of the coax comming in to the tuner?
> You'd only need the 4 ft stake if the soil looks
> non-conductive (dry). If its damp, the corkscrew ought
> to do.
> Separate the problem into two parts: R.F. and static.
> The counterpoise connected to the tuner ground will be
> your R.F. ground.
Thank you for the information. No it's clear to me, now!
I understand the problem and the fix. I really appreciate the help.
I would be "One sad pup", if my radio lost it's bite! :) :)
May I have your permission to ues this information in a 72 news letter
article? Credit will be given to you of course. I plan to keep notes
while in Quebec on how the kite flying antenna goes.
73 de AA1IK
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