I have this dipole in mind to install at my one-story home:
Feedpoint will be 15' high, the two halves can be 60' and 63' long max. or shorter and will be angled as shown.
The direction of the left half is fixed, the right half can direct more to the east (right) but would then be shorter (length is limited by the fence there).
The end of the left half will be approximately 10' high in a tree, the right end will be 6' high on top of a vinyl fence.
The wires will be AWG 14 stranded copper. I can feed with coax or window line and have a 1:1 balun available, if needed.
My QRP rig has a built-in ATU.
I would like to use it on 30m and higher bands (40m if tuneable)
My questions are:
Should I keep the halves as long as possible and then tune it or what shorter length should I use for one or both of the halves?
What kind of directivity (if any) can I expect? There are no high structures around, only other one-story homes.
What should I use to feed this antenna? Coax and/or window line? I can reach my shack with about 45' of cable.
Thank you for your suggestions (and your rationale).