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Author Topic: Radioworks Carolina BEAM??  (Read 855 times)
KE4AQP
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« on: September 12, 2000, 03:44:04 PM »

Considering purchasing one of the Radioworks Carolina Beam antennas.  I'm very interested in working DX, but I need it to be an "all-around" antenna as well.  Any help would be great.  Does these antennas really work as well as advertised, and how is the SWR on the "beam" models (suitable for an internal autotuner if I install about 35 feet up)?  Any problems with the vertical radiators at the ends being near trees?  I might have to buy one made up of insulated wire because of this.

I could very well make up my own dipole, but the good words written on this site about RadioWorks antennas intrigue me.  

Thanks, John.
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KN6SE
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« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2000, 09:42:47 PM »

 The thing works,I have used one, for several years at field day. My rigs tuner, tunes any hf band.
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