Re: [linuxham] Anyone using EZNEC with Wine for modeling antennas?
- On 07/19/2013 07:56 PM, Jerry Dunmire wrote:
> No problem Ed. I could use younger eyes myself and I should have beenWell glory be. I get the same radiation pattern, and I have maxium
> more careful about white space around the URL.
current in what I take to be the driven element (one reflector, two
directors). I'd be happy to share a screenshot in living color. But I'm
having a bit of trouble getting the VSWR and gain graphs portion to
work. Anyway, thanks for the example, Jerry. Now to reverse engineer it! ;-)
With best regards,
Peter N. Spotts -- W1PNS
Email: w1pns@... | Skype: pspotts
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- I had to change the Z location of the boom to avoid intersecting with the active element. The analysis then was a duplicate of that explained.
This site has a lot of interesting projects; not the least of which is the QuiSK / Fldigi work. I will be spending some time with my SoftRock radio (fldigi work permitting :>) ).
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Jerry Dunmire <jedunmire@...> wrote:
> No problem Ed. I could use younger eyes myself and I should have been more
> careful about white space around the URL.
> On Fri, Jul 19, 2013 at 4:16 PM, Ed <autek@...> wrote:
> > **
> > On 07/19/2013 07:13 PM, Larry Levesque wrote:
> > > Link works for me
> > Old man eyes, saw it on the 2nd go around. Sorry Jerry.
> > Ed