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Re: Antennas for 160m

Barry VA7GEM
 

On Thu, Dec 3, 2020 at 06:42 AM, Jerry N9AVY wrote:
 
Barry: 
 
Thought about taking out a chunk of the tree just below the antenna and then gluing it back together, but problem was how to hold up top of tree while sawing of a few feet. 
 
Jerry
 
On Thursday, December 3, 2020, 08:28:02 AM CST, Barry VA7GEM via groups.io <boat.anchor@...> wrote:
 
Jerry
Easiest way to lower the height is with a chainsaw. 
Bonus is wood for the winter.
Hope to see you on the doubleheader
Barry
Jerry
I reckoned you would just take a few feet out of the bottom.
Old guys should stay off of ladders. My XYL gave mine
to the neighbor.
See you on the Double Header
Barry


RC3 Leaderboards

Jim K5SP
 

The RC3 LeaderBoard and RC3 Top Ten pages have been updated to reflect the standings through the Triple Play.

We have a new leader, KC3FL has risen to the top over last years winner N5SLY by 5.91 points.  Looks like this years champion will be determined by the Doubleheader results (and Lee needs to get something for 160 antenna).

An astonishing 212 operators have garnered points in this years contests to this point.  With fingers crossed on improving conditions, we should be able to surpass that in the next years contests.

73

Jim K5SP


--
Jim,  K5SP #483
Executive Director/Member Services Director


Re: RESULTS - TRIPLE PLAY LOW BAND SPRINT - 2020

Phil Van Huis
 

Hi John,

Thanks for responding.  I will do that on QRZ.  Good thought.

Phil, K8PVH

 

 

From: main@070Club.groups.io [mailto:main@070Club.groups.io] On Behalf Of John - KC3FL via groups.io
Sent: Thursday, December 3, 2020 9:59 AM
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Subject: Re: [070Club] RESULTS - TRIPLE PLAY LOW BAND SPRINT - 2020

 

Phil,
Send me an email so I can get your email address and I'll forward the article to you.  You might want to post it on your QRZ page.
kc3fl@...

John
KC3FL


Re: RESULTS - TRIPLE PLAY LOW BAND SPRINT - 2020

 

Phil,
Send me an email so I can get your email address and I'll forward the article to you.  You might want to post it on your QRZ page.
kc3fl@...

John
KC3FL


Re: Antennas for 160m

Jerry N9AVY
 

Barry: 

Thought about taking out a chunk of the tree just below the antenna and then gluing it back together, but problem was how to hold up top of tree while sawing of a few feet. 

Jerry

On Thursday, December 3, 2020, 08:28:02 AM CST, Barry VA7GEM via groups.io <boat.anchor@...> wrote:

Jerry
Easiest way to lower the height is with a chainsaw. 
Bonus is wood for the winter.
Hope to see you on the doubleheader
Barry


Re: Antennas for 160m

Barry VA7GEM
 

On Wed, Dec 2, 2020 at 10:30 AM, Jerry N9AVY wrote:
 
160m antenna here is an Alpha-Delta DX-A which worked pretty well until I raised one end into tree and tree grew.  It messed up the angle and now is non-resonant on 160m.  Just need to get at tree and lower the height, but dang rope had tree grow around it and doesn't move.
 
Might get at it b4 the snow flies ...
 
Jerry  n9avy
 
Jerry
Easiest way to lower the height is with a chainsaw. 
Bonus is wood for the winter.
Hope to see you on the doubleheader
Barry


Re: Antennas for 160m

F.R. Ashley
 

Hi all,

I just use a very simple inverted-L and it does pretty good.   It runs
vertical for about 65 feet and then horizontal the rest of the length
over to another tree.   I only have two 1/8th wave radials.   I manged
to earn 160 meter WAS with it and now have about 40 countries.

73 Buddy WB4M

#1545


Re: RESULTS - TRIPLE PLAY LOW BAND SPRINT - 2020

Phil Van Huis
 

Hi John,

I too would like the article about the 40, 80 and 160 meter end fed antenna.  160 meters ought to be interesting.

Phil, K8PVH

 

 

From: main@070Club.groups.io [mailto:main@070Club.groups.io] On Behalf Of John - KC3FL via groups.io
Sent: Wednesday, December 2, 2020 10:12 AM
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Subject: Re: [070Club] RESULTS - TRIPLE PLAY LOW BAND SPRINT - 2020

 

Lee,
I think you're right that it will depend on multipliers.  I got lucky the last night when Venezuela, Panama, Puerto Rico and of all things England popped up.  I had such a poor showing in the 160 mtr sprint so I built an 80 mtr EFHW and used that as a Marconi on 160.  I also built a shortened end fed 40, 80 and 160 mtr antenna that is only about 85 ft long.  If you want to try 160 I can send you the article on the shortened end fed.  You do have an advantage being in the middle of the country and get contacts to the east and west however if I do make contacts to the east, they're multipliers.

John
KC3FL


Re: RESULTS - TRIPLE PLAY LOW BAND SPRINT - 2020

DAVE KB3RAN 1692/381
 

John,

I'd like to get the article on the end fed.  I've never worked 160 and don't have much experience with 80 either.  I might be able to get some wire in the air before the next leg of the low band sprint.

Dave
KB3RAN


-----Original Message-----
From: John - KC3FL via groups.io <kc3fl@...>
To: main@070Club.groups.io
Sent: Wed, Dec 2, 2020 10:11 am
Subject: Re: [070Club] RESULTS - TRIPLE PLAY LOW BAND SPRINT - 2020

Lee,
I think you're right that it will depend on multipliers.  I got lucky the last night when Venezuela, Panama, Puerto Rico and of all things England popped up.  I had such a poor showing in the 160 mtr sprint so I built an 80 mtr EFHW and used that as a Marconi on 160.  I also built a shortened end fed 40, 80 and 160 mtr antenna that is only about 85 ft long.  If you want to try 160 I can send you the article on the shortened end fed.  You do have an advantage being in the middle of the country and get contacts to the east and west however if I do make contacts to the east, they're multipliers.

John
KC3FL


--
Dave H KB3RAN 1692/381


Re: Antennas for 160m

Jerry N9AVY
 

160m antenna here is an Alpha-Delta DX-A which worked pretty well until I raised one end into tree and tree grew.  It messed up the angle and now is non-resonant on 160m.  Just need to get at tree and lower the height, but dang rope had tree grow around it and doesn't move.

Might get at it b4 the snow flies ...

Jerry  n9avy

On Wednesday, December 2, 2020, 12:26:15 PM CST, N6MG - Milt. via groups.io <n6mg@...> wrote:


Jerry, Lot's of information on 160m antenna's.
What do you run on 160m?
Me? I just "force feed" my 80m vertical. When the roll-back circuits kick in, I can still easily make Q's with Fred, W0PE, in Yorba Linda, Ca., about 5 miles away, as the crow flies.
Milt.
070-650

-----Original Message-----
From: Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...>
To: main@070Club.groups.io <main@070Club.groups.io>
Sent: Wed, Dec 2, 2020 8:44 am
Subject: Re: [070Club] Antennas for 160m

Wish that K9DX's remote site was still running.   It had 9   `110 Ft. verticals in a circle (like a 4 square) with a doghouse in middle for tuning.  Then there were all the Beverages.  Visited there a couple of times.  Wonder have been a great site for 070 contests !

As I stated John mounted terminating resistors on fuse holders so the could be plugged in fast when lightning struck. It was a 35 mile trip from his home to the 80 acre site. He had power company out there every time he found noisy power lines and even told them exactly where it was. Now power company no longer comes out for RFI complaints. 

A couple years ago I acquired one of those 43 ft. verticals, but never got it mounted because I needed to pull out old vertical and hunk of pipe it mounted on ... original pipe is 1 1/2 inch aluminum, but new vertical needs 2 inch pipe. Stroke in 2019 cut that and other projects short.

With a Beverage it's been said that you can run them around corners to get more length.  Don't know how that works...

Jerry  n9avy


On Wednesday, December 2, 2020, 10:31:11 AM CST, John - KC3FL via groups.io <kc3fl@...> wrote:


My beverage is short at only 150 ft and it works great on 160 and 80.  I've even used it on 40 and 30 mtrs.  I used something like a 470 ohm terminating resistor but I got tired of changing out the burnt out terminating resistor caused by static discharge so I went to the 5 watt metal oxide ones and the present one has been in use for a year.  Guaranteed to bring out weak 160 mtr signals out of the noise.  I can only imagine how a 3 or 4 hundred ft. long beverage would work.  The 1000MP makes it very easy.

John
KC3FL


Re: Antennas for 160m

 

Jerry, Lot's of information on 160m antenna's.
What do you run on 160m?
Me? I just "force feed" my 80m vertical. When the roll-back circuits kick in, I can still easily make Q's with Fred, W0PE, in Yorba Linda, Ca., about 5 miles away, as the crow flies.
Milt.
070-650

-----Original Message-----
From: Jerry N9AVY <n9avy@...>
To: main@070Club.groups.io <main@070Club.groups.io>
Sent: Wed, Dec 2, 2020 8:44 am
Subject: Re: [070Club] Antennas for 160m

Wish that K9DX's remote site was still running.   It had 9   `110 Ft. verticals in a circle (like a 4 square) with a doghouse in middle for tuning.  Then there were all the Beverages.  Visited there a couple of times.  Wonder have been a great site for 070 contests !

As I stated John mounted terminating resistors on fuse holders so the could be plugged in fast when lightning struck. It was a 35 mile trip from his home to the 80 acre site. He had power company out there every time he found noisy power lines and even told them exactly where it was. Now power company no longer comes out for RFI complaints. 

A couple years ago I acquired one of those 43 ft. verticals, but never got it mounted because I needed to pull out old vertical and hunk of pipe it mounted on ... original pipe is 1 1/2 inch aluminum, but new vertical needs 2 inch pipe. Stroke in 2019 cut that and other projects short.

With a Beverage it's been said that you can run them around corners to get more length.  Don't know how that works...

Jerry  n9avy


On Wednesday, December 2, 2020, 10:31:11 AM CST, John - KC3FL via groups.io <kc3fl@...> wrote:


My beverage is short at only 150 ft and it works great on 160 and 80.  I've even used it on 40 and 30 mtrs.  I used something like a 470 ohm terminating resistor but I got tired of changing out the burnt out terminating resistor caused by static discharge so I went to the 5 watt metal oxide ones and the present one has been in use for a year.  Guaranteed to bring out weak 160 mtr signals out of the noise.  I can only imagine how a 3 or 4 hundred ft. long beverage would work.  The 1000MP makes it very easy.

John
KC3FL


Re: Antennas for 160m

Jerry N9AVY
 

Wish that K9DX's remote site was still running.   It had 9   `110 Ft. verticals in a circle (like a 4 square) with a doghouse in middle for tuning.  Then there were all the Beverages.  Visited there a couple of times.  Wonder have been a great site for 070 contests !

As I stated John mounted terminating resistors on fuse holders so the could be plugged in fast when lightning struck. It was a 35 mile trip from his home to the 80 acre site. He had power company out there every time he found noisy power lines and even told them exactly where it was. Now power company no longer comes out for RFI complaints. 

A couple years ago I acquired one of those 43 ft. verticals, but never got it mounted because I needed to pull out old vertical and hunk of pipe it mounted on ... original pipe is 1 1/2 inch aluminum, but new vertical needs 2 inch pipe. Stroke in 2019 cut that and other projects short.

With a Beverage it's been said that you can run them around corners to get more length.  Don't know how that works...

Jerry  n9avy


On Wednesday, December 2, 2020, 10:31:11 AM CST, John - KC3FL via groups.io <kc3fl@...> wrote:


My beverage is short at only 150 ft and it works great on 160 and 80.  I've even used it on 40 and 30 mtrs.  I used something like a 470 ohm terminating resistor but I got tired of changing out the burnt out terminating resistor caused by static discharge so I went to the 5 watt metal oxide ones and the present one has been in use for a year.  Guaranteed to bring out weak 160 mtr signals out of the noise.  I can only imagine how a 3 or 4 hundred ft. long beverage would work.  The 1000MP makes it very easy.

John
KC3FL


Re: Antennas for 160m

 

My beverage is short at only 150 ft and it works great on 160 and 80.  I've even used it on 40 and 30 mtrs.  I used something like a 470 ohm terminating resistor but I got tired of changing out the burnt out terminating resistor caused by static discharge so I went to the 5 watt metal oxide ones and the present one has been in use for a year.  Guaranteed to bring out weak 160 mtr signals out of the noise.  I can only imagine how a 3 or 4 hundred ft. long beverage would work.  The 1000MP makes it very easy.

John
KC3FL


Antennas for 160m

Jerry N9AVY
 

The setup that many use is a vertical on 160m with a beverage antenna for receive.

The beverage antenna doesn't have to be very high... just run it along a fence or even lower. A friend's lot borders on on a forest preserve area and in Winter he'd run his beverage antenna out there, but had to take it down when weather turned nice and people went tramping about.

With a beverage, the longer the better.  One thing is that the far end needs to be terminated with a 600 Ohm resistor... K9DX had several Beverage antenna, but he was out in farmland and there was a bit of lightning activity at times which blew some resistors; so he made the resistors plugable. 

There is also the option of using a magnetic loop. I built one a few years ago and it's still in garage.  It's a 4 ft. box loop , but never got any further because I didn't have a transmit antenna.  Magnetic loops worked quite well for me back in my SWL days when I'd DX on the AM broadcast band. Had a 2 ft. loop which enabled me to null out local 50KW WGN and hear the Cuban station underneath it. Was about 6 miles from WGN transmitter site.

A mag loop can be homebrewed way cheaper than commercial models sold on net. Using wood dowels and hookup wire, probably less than $50 as opposed to commercial model which go for around $500. The antenna can be placed anywhere you have room for it and can be rotated for best reception (armstrong method).

Many radios have the capability of using a receive only antenna... the FT-1000MP has a front panel AB/RX switch for that reason.Am sure others do as well.

Antennas for 160m depend on what you have room for installing. Length of a 1/2 wave dipole is like 260 ft. ... the closer you get to that length the better.  There are many articles on the net for 160m antennas. 

Jerry  n9avy


On Wednesday, December 2, 2020, 09:35:29 AM CST, Rick - N7WE <n7we1980@...> wrote:


Please add me in too John.  I had a very, very poor temp setup that I can no longer setup and take down.  Sure would like to get something up for 160 that WORKS and I could leave up!  Thanks!
--
Rick - N7WE
070 - #1602


Re: RESULTS - TRIPLE PLAY LOW BAND SPRINT - 2020

Rick - N7WE
 

Please add me in too John.  I had a very, very poor temp setup that I can no longer setup and take down.  Sure would like to get something up for 160 that WORKS and I could leave up!  Thanks!
--
Rick - N7WE
070 - #1602


Re: RESULTS - TRIPLE PLAY LOW BAND SPRINT - 2020

Paul Butzi (W7PFB)
 

I would be interested in 160m antenna designs as well!

-p W7PFB
73, Don’t forget to smile and have fun!

On Dec 2, 2020, at 7:18 AM, Leland Sly <lee.n5sly@...> wrote:

Yes...I have been wanting to put something together for 160 meters.  So I would be interested in any suggestions.

Thanks.

73

Lee N5SLY

On Wed, Dec 2, 2020 at 9:11 AM John - KC3FL via groups.io <kc3fl=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:

Lee,
I think you're right that it will depend on multipliers.  I got lucky the last night when Venezuela, Panama, Puerto Rico and of all things England popped up.  I had such a poor showing in the 160 mtr sprint so I built an 80 mtr EFHW and used that as a Marconi on 160.  I also built a shortened end fed 40, 80 and 160 mtr antenna that is only about 85 ft long.  If you want to try 160 I can send you the article on the shortened end fed.  You do have an advantage being in the middle of the country and get contacts to the east and west however if I do make contacts to the east, they're multipliers.

John
KC3FL





Re: RESULTS - TRIPLE PLAY LOW BAND SPRINT - 2020

Leland Sly
 

Yes...I have been wanting to put something together for 160 meters.  So I would be interested in any suggestions.

Thanks.

73

Lee N5SLY

On Wed, Dec 2, 2020 at 9:11 AM John - KC3FL via groups.io <kc3fl=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:

Lee,
I think you're right that it will depend on multipliers.  I got lucky the last night when Venezuela, Panama, Puerto Rico and of all things England popped up.  I had such a poor showing in the 160 mtr sprint so I built an 80 mtr EFHW and used that as a Marconi on 160.  I also built a shortened end fed 40, 80 and 160 mtr antenna that is only about 85 ft long.  If you want to try 160 I can send you the article on the shortened end fed.  You do have an advantage being in the middle of the country and get contacts to the east and west however if I do make contacts to the east, they're multipliers.

John
KC3FL


Re: RESULTS - TRIPLE PLAY LOW BAND SPRINT - 2020

 

Lee,
I think you're right that it will depend on multipliers.  I got lucky the last night when Venezuela, Panama, Puerto Rico and of all things England popped up.  I had such a poor showing in the 160 mtr sprint so I built an 80 mtr EFHW and used that as a Marconi on 160.  I also built a shortened end fed 40, 80 and 160 mtr antenna that is only about 85 ft long.  If you want to try 160 I can send you the article on the shortened end fed.  You do have an advantage being in the middle of the country and get contacts to the east and west however if I do make contacts to the east, they're multipliers.

John
KC3FL


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Results - Triple Play Low Band Sprint - 2020


Re: RESULTS - TRIPLE PLAY LOW BAND SPRINT - 2020

stan W9SMR
 

Lee,

I live in an HOA with fairly tight rules. but I have two neighbors who do not complain to the HOA if I erect a temporary Inverted-L running running 22 or 24 gauge hookup wires thru their palm trees. It is supported by a 35 ft telescoping fiberglass mast and I run only two radials (80m and 160m) from the base thru the landscaping on either side of my house.

Miraculously, it actually makes contacts. Can't help but wonder how much better it would be if it were a real antenna system.

You'd kill him if you got those 160M multipliers.

Stay Safe and Good luck!

73,
Stan



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From: main@070Club.groups.io <main@070Club.groups.io> on behalf of Leland Sly <lee.n5sly@gmail.com>
Sent: Tuesday, December 1, 2020 8:12 PM
To: main@070Club.groups.io Group Moderators
Subject: Re: [070Club] RESULTS - TRIPLE PLAY LOW BAND SPRINT - 2020

I can't do 160 meters...no antenna. I don't use an amp. 100 watts is all I need. Much more important is a good antenna in my opinion. I think the winner will be the one who gets the most multipliers.

73

Lee N5SLY

On Tue, Dec 1, 2020 at 7:02 PM stan W9SMR <robinstan@hotmail.com<mailto:robinstan@hotmail.com>> wrote:
Lee,

I love it!

John made a hellava push on this one.

It will be tilly-bar-the-door on the Doubleheader.

Will you be able to get on 160M in this critical test? Could it make the difference?

John was running high power. If you are up against him primarily, maybe time to drag out the Amp?

May the best man win!!

73, see you on the air.

Stan

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From: main@070Club.groups.io<mailto:main@070Club.groups.io> <main@070Club.groups.io<mailto:main@070Club.groups.io>> on behalf of Leland Sly <lee.n5sly@gmail.com<mailto:lee.n5sly@gmail.com>>
Sent: Tuesday, December 1, 2020 7:32 PM
To: main@070Club.groups.io<mailto:main@070Club.groups.io> Group Moderators
Subject: Re: [070Club] RESULTS - TRIPLE PLAY LOW BAND SPRINT - 2020

Stan,

Can't wait to see the Leader Board for the RC3 Cup. I wouldn't be surprised to see John pass me. Good for him!!! The last contest of the year will determine the winner I'm sure...but I can assure you I'm going to give it my best shot. And I'm sure John is to. This will be a lot of fun. Looking forward to seeing everyone on the air during the contest.

73

Lee N5SLY

On Tue, Dec 1, 2020 at 3:08 PM stan W9SMR <robinstan@hotmail.com<mailto:robinstan@hotmail.com><mailto:robinstan@hotmail.com<mailto:robinstan@hotmail.com>>> wrote:

This year there were 45 logs submitted – up a bunch from last year’s 25 logs. There were 10 High Power, 19 Medium Power, 15 Low Power and one QRP logs submitted. There were 935 logged QSO’s on 40M, 304 on 80M and only 16 on 160M.


Top Dawg and 1st in High Power was John, KC3FL of Inverness, FL, with a record breaking 74 QSOs and 4290 points. Another stellar showing from John who seemed to be all over the bands. How will he do in the RC3 Championship race against Lee, N5SLY?


High Power - Second Place was new member #2797, Darin, KO4EJD of Crestview, FL, with 2047 points. Third place was Bob, KF3AA of Huntingtown, MD, with 1968 points.


Medium Power - First place was Stan, W9SMR of Sarasota, FL, with 2548 points. Stan seems to be enjoying the contests lately using his jury-rigged Inv-L run through the neighbor’s palm trees.


Medium Power – Second Place was grabbed by Lee, N5SLY, of Sherman, TX with 2250 points and Third Place went to Dave, KB3RAN, of Lusby, MD, with 920 points.


Low Power – First Place was non-member and new ham Jeff, AC1JR of Dustable, MA with 2408 points. Jeff has since joined us as member #2807. Welcome aboard, Jeff!


Low Power - Second Place went to Steve, W3HF, Collegeville, PA, with 2054 points. Third Place went to Dave, WA3LXD of Ft McCoy, FL with 972 points.


QRP Power – First Place went to Steve, VA3FLF of Fort Erie, ON with 25 QSOs and 442 points. That’s a great achievement on these low bands these days.



SUMMARY RESULTS - TRIPLE PLAY LOW BAND SPRINT - 2020

CALL

070 #

40M

80M

160M

DXCC

SPC

TOTAL



NOTES

High Power 100 watts







KC3FL

2566

74

22

4

6

27

4290



TOP DAWG - 1st Place - High Power

KO4EJD

2797

32

24

3

2

21

2047



2nd Place - High Powe

KF3AA

124

28

24

2

3

21

1968



3rd Place - High Powe

Medium Power 50 watts







W9SMR

1611

48

17

3

2

26

2548



1st Place Medium Power

N5SLY

2241

50

20

0

2

23

2250



2nd Place Medium Power

KB3RAN

1692

40

0

0

2

21

920



3rd Place Medium Power

Low Power 25 watts







AC1JR

*

48

19

0

4

24

2408



1st Place Low Power

W3HF

25

35

22

0

3

23

2054



2nd Place Low Power

WA3LXD

2781

13

16

3

2

16

972



3rd Place Low Power

QRP 5 watts







VA3FLF

2301

24

1

0

2

15

442



1st Place QRP Power

070 # * Denotes Non-Member

Manually Scored by David, K9DWR - 11/30/20



The new “All Amateurs Welcome” policy continues to enhance our overall experience. We had 6 non-members submit logs. A Special Thank You is due to Jeff, AC1JR who passed out 68 QSOs to 070 members on his way to winning the Low Power category. He is now member #2807. We hope to see applications from AB3E, KG6MW, KT5WB, NN9C and VA3TIC soon!


Note that the Top Dawg Certificate and Rollo Dog Tag will be reserved exclusively for members.


Thanks to all who submitted logs. Stickers will be in the next mailing. Complete results as manually calculated by David, K9DWR, will be uploaded to the Groups.io site under FILES/CONTEST RESULTS.


It is not too early to start thinking about your participation in the next PODXS 070 Event.



DOUBLEHEADER – Triple Play Low Band Sprint

This is a Three Day Contest, 72 hours

Second Saturday in December

Saturday, December 12 - 0000 UTC

to the Following Monday in December

Monday, December 14 - 2359 UTC



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73,

Stan
W9SMR - 070 #1611
PODXS 070 - PR Director

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