Stinkfest For Hams

Stinkfest For Hams presents a new ode du toilet, Dayton. We have taken only the finest fragrances and essences and mixed them into a representation of what it means to be a ham. We have taken the fruity notes of stale tobacco smoke, stale whisky and stale dorrito dust, mixed with the floral notes of body odor, bad breath and dirty underwear and mixed in the essences of laundry basket, basement black mold and fart along with the complexity of 40 years worth of dust and nicotine stains to give you this true representation of the ham fest experience. This multi purpose fragrance for mens men, can be used as a cologne, never before shaved and even as a personal deodorant and as a very special bonus we also have included mustard and ketchup stains and raw onion to round out the experience. This is a fragrance that will bring a tear to your eye in its simple yet eloquent ability to capture the experience of Dayton in a bottle. Dayton only $5 per liter at all good service stations.

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The Tribander, A Redux

I got excited today and moved the tribander, improved its radial situation, made it work so much better and found out why it became a dummy load. The 1:1 balun I had on it to stop rf in the shack on 10m was full of water.

It went from having 1 wire radial each for 20, 15 and 10m, to having 4 horizontal aluminium radials 2.5m long each and 4 wire radials 5m long each.

I am not so worried about 15m, the 40m quarter wave does a great job there, but getting 10 and 20 working better is the aim here. Under 2:1 swr would be fine enough. The 20m radials are not optimized yet, so the plot will change somewhat mostly i am trying to improve the 20m situation.

And here is the final business. Its not super high in the air, about 5m to the base of the antenna, but its good enough until I can build a tower that will support and rotate a yagi, The vertical will end up becoming a 2 element yagi, I have the traps already thanks to a mate.

And just to prove its working, the RBN plot.

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