W0OTM: Slawomir, rude comments like yours cause people like me to NEVER give you
any updates! Kiss my a**!
wcgems: Great idea. Got any update on this? Oh yea, and what about the
collapsible vertical you made with the crappie pole too.... and update
slydrone slavko: useless video, no end results posted for the past 3 years. post like this
is just a waste of time...
Mike H: Do you some type plans that maybe we can use to build this ant. Sure looks
nice and I LOVE building ants. Thanks! Mike K4MR
kim canterbury: I have one question, that being how is reception on the bands covered by
this particular antenna, like is it prone to pick up static noise or other
that overrides say an S-4 or 5 signal ? I would really like to build and
operate one of these so I ask ahead of time.My main interest is working
into the South Pacific and Asia.. Thank you, Kim K7DGI Belfair Wa. CN87nj
eogg25: nice job. the ladder support is a good idea.
Tahoma: Great work! The Mono Filament (Fishing line) is the only part I would
change. The Sun is going to eat that up. Would be worth a few bucks to swap
that for a light kevlar/dacron.
OE5HTL Tina: maybe you can tell me if the spider has a similar beam irradiation angle
like a normal beam? TNX! 73 de Tina, OE5HTL
PR7RC/ZZ7Z: Hi Tina, the Spiderbeam is the only antenna that has the same perfomance as
a tipical yagi-uda with half wave, but, with a shortned antenna profile. No
traps, no coils, only a choke balun to maintaining the array balanced,
because it works with a balanced line, and the only one coax cable is
unbalanced. You can work with a 3 (20-15-10) or 5 bands (WARC too!). So...
I'm thinking in build this one in my QTH too. 73, from PR7RC.
Ocnila: Lets see the finished beam. up close of feed point would be good. Where did
you get the plans or dimensions? TNX KR8U