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Old June 17th 04, 09:54 PM
 
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Let's see..............An antennas bent so that the tip is parallel to
the ground?.............That represents an antenna that is now midway
between horizontal and vertical polarization.



Wrong. That represents an antenna with -both- horizontal and vertical
polarization.

Are you trying to misrepresent my statement? My statement is not
wrong. A antenna bent in the above fashion is now midway between
horizontal and vertical polarization. Such an antenna always has
fields in both polarizations. I never stated it didn't

The theoretical gain of that antenna should be equal between
polarizations. When such a scenario is in place the field strength
should drop to .707 of it's original. That represents a 3db loss
just from this antenna being bent.



Wrong. The theoretical gain of the antenna for a given polarity is a
function equal to the sum of the gains of equally spaced tangents
along the curve of the antenna.


Not wrong at all. A diagonal antennas field strength drops to .707 of
its original when the receiving antenna stays vertical.

Yet you stated....................................

"vertically polarized field strength dropped by a hair."



As measured by my FSM.


When testing mobile antennas a 3db loss is huge.
Most all well designed efficient non bent antennas
will easily beat your -3db antenna.



I did not say that it dropped by 3dB. The phrase "by a hair" is not my
words but the words of my spotter, and both of us generally use that
phrase to describe a meter shift approximately equal to the width of
the needle. And since the FSM used was only a 'relative' FSM (as
opposed to a CISPR quasi-peak detector), there is no way to quantify
"by a hair", nor did I attempt to do so.


Ok..........so your test is quantified by "hairs". Now I get it.
My tests which were performed with much more detail were
chastised by you. Yet your test (the hair method) gets
validity.

I see how this works now.

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Old June 17th 04, 11:09 PM
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Your too much big bro . roflmao 2x


lol, high five.


Good God man, grow a life.


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Old June 18th 04, 01:55 AM
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(I Am Not George) wrote in message om...
"Frank Gilliland"
in message-id:
wrote:


"itoldyouiamnotiamnotgeorge"

wrote
in message ...
(I Am Not George) wrote in
m:

http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/D...-Delmont88.jpg



heheheh hehehe uhh that's cool.

So is this little bro.

http://www.bway.net/nambla.org/




definitely a forgery of Frank by someone who believes he is me



probably twistinutts dave .....
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om...
(I Am Not George) wrote in message

om...
"Frank Gilliland"
in message-id:
wrote:


"itoldyouiamnotiamnotgeorge"

wrote
in message ...
(I Am Not George) wrote in
m:

http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/D...-Delmont88.jpg



heheheh hehehe uhh that's cool.

So is this little bro.

http://www.bway.net/nambla.org/




definitely a forgery of Frank by someone who believes he is me



probably twistinutts dave .....


GW, first, learn to use caps, second, crawl back under the central Texas
limestone from whence you post.


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Old June 18th 04, 03:24 AM
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"gw" wrote in message
. com...
(I Am Not George) wrote in message
. com...
"Frank Gilliland"
in message-id:
wrote:


"itoldyouiamnotiamnotgeorge"


wrote
in message ...
(I Am Not George) wrote in
m:

http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/D...-Delmont88.jpg



heheheh hehehe uhh that's cool.

So is this little bro.

http://www.bway.net/nambla.org/



definitely a forgery of Frank by someone who believes he is me



probably twistinutts dave .....


GW, first, learn to use caps, second, crawl back under the central

Texas
limestone from whence you post.


randy why you always attacking any one who disses twistedhed. must be
those cravings for the white monster getting you irritable lol


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m...
"I ain't George either" wrote:
"gw" wrote in message
. com...
(I Am Not George) wrote in message
. com...
"Frank Gilliland"
in message-id:
wrote:


"itoldyouiamnotiamnotgeorge"


wrote
in message ...
(I Am Not George) wrote in
m:


http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/D...-Delmont88.jpg



heheheh hehehe uhh that's cool.

So is this little bro.

http://www.bway.net/nambla.org/



definitely a forgery of Frank by someone who believes he is me


probably twistinutts dave .....


GW, first, learn to use caps, second, crawl back under the central

Texas
limestone from whence you post.


randy why you always attacking any one who disses twistedhed. must be
those cravings for the white monster getting you irritable lol


Not at all. I have had issues with Twist in the past. I don't care any more
or less if you attack him. He can defend himself. You, on the other hand,
are an idiot. You have no hope of defending yourself, in person or verbally.


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Old June 18th 04, 04:55 AM
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"I Am Not George" wrote in message
om...
"I ain't George either"
wrote:
"gw" wrote in message
. com...
(I Am Not George) wrote in message
. com...
"Frank Gilliland"
in message-id:
wrote:


"itoldyouiamnotiamnotgeorge"


wrote
in message ...
(I Am Not George) wrote in
m:


http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/D...-Delmont88.jpg



heheheh hehehe uhh that's cool.

So is this little bro.

http://www.bway.net/nambla.org/



definitely a forgery of Frank by someone who believes he is me


probably twistinutts dave .....

GW, first, learn to use caps, second, crawl back under the central

Texas
limestone from whence you post.


randy why you always attacking any one who disses twistedhed. must be
those cravings for the white monster getting you irritable lol


Not at all. I have had issues with Twist in the past. I don't care any more
or less if you attack him. He can defend himself. You, on the other hand,
are an idiot. You have no hope of defending yourself, in person
or verbally.


how long since you last smoked crack? be honest
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m...
"I ain't George either" wrote:

"I Am Not George" wrote in message
om...
"I ain't George either"
wrote:
"gw" wrote in message
. com...
(I Am Not George) wrote in message
. com...
"Frank Gilliland"
in message-id:
wrote:


"itoldyouiamnotiamnotgeorge"

wrote
in message ...
(I Am Not George) wrote in
m:


http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/D...-Delmont88.jpg



heheheh hehehe uhh that's cool.

So is this little bro.

http://www.bway.net/nambla.org/



definitely a forgery of Frank by someone who believes he is me


probably twistinutts dave .....

GW, first, learn to use caps, second, crawl back under the central
Texas
limestone from whence you post.

randy why you always attacking any one who disses twistedhed. must be
those cravings for the white monster getting you irritable lol


Not at all. I have had issues with Twist in the past. I don't care any

more
or less if you attack him. He can defend himself. You, on the other hand,
are an idiot. You have no hope of defending yourself, in person
or verbally.


how long since you last smoked crack? be honest


Nancy and I had some last night.


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Old June 18th 04, 01:35 PM
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Let's see..............An antennas bent so that the tip is parallel to
the ground?.............That represents an antenna that is now midway
between horizontal and vertical polarization.



Wrong. That represents an antenna with -both- horizontal and vertical
polarization.

Are you trying to misrepresent my statement? My statement is not
wrong. A antenna bent in the above fashion is now midway between
horizontal and vertical polarization. Such an antenna always has
fields in both polarizations. I never stated it didn't



First off, you are making a leap from 'having both polarities' to an
antenna being "midway between horizontal and vertical polarization",
whatever that means. From your explanation below I can only assume you
mean 'diagonal' polarization. But you can't get linear polarization
from a curved radiator, and the only straight sections of the antenna
were either horizontal or vertical. Maybe you can source your "midway"
polarization somewhere, huh?

Second, the whip has a larger diameter at the base than it does at the
tip, and is therefore more flexibile at the top than at the bottom.
Because of this the whip bent into a shape somewhat distorted from an
ideal 90 degree arc; i.e, the point on the arc at which the tangent of
the arc was 45 degrees to both vertical and horizontal was most
certainly -not- "midway" between the base and tip. So even if you
-could- source your "midway" polarization (and you can't) it would
probably not apply in this case.

Third, polarity is a 3-dimensional vectoral quantity. (Actually it's a
4-dim quantity if you include the scalar component. Regardless...)
This means that the "polar compatibility" (for lack of a better term)
between any two antennas is a factor not just of 'vertical' and
'horizontal', but also of wavelength/antenna length. This fact is
proven all the time with the use of some long-wire antennas which,
while clearly horizontal, are quite adept at receiving signals with
vertical polarity; and not only that but some are most efficient when
the wire is pointed directly at the source of the signal. IOW,
contrary to the popular (but mistaken) notion that antenna polarity is
as simple as 'vertical vs. horizontal', antennas exist which have a
polarity that is perpendicular to the signal in not just one, but
-two- dimensions, and they work quite well.

Also, polarity is a vectoral sum, which is not a -real- quantity but
an -effective- quantity. IOW, you can't bend a vertical antenna 90
degrees at the center and proclaim that the antenna has diagonal (45
degree) polarization. The fact is that you still have -seperate-
vertical and horizontal polarizations, but their -sum- is 45 degrees.
And that's true only in one dimension (don't forget that this is a
3-dimensional quantity). Any deviation from the one thin line that is
perpendicular to both polar components and the vectoral sum (the
-effective- polarity) will NOT be 45 degrees. This is not the case for
a straight radiator which, at any given point, will exhibit polarity
in TWO dimensions (a plane) that is fully perpendicular to the axis.

Even if you -did- bend the antenna 90 degrees at the center, that's no
evidence that the vertical and horizontal components will share the
same signal load. In a 1/4 wave vertical the top half of the whip is
primarily capacitive while the bottom half is inductive. Taken
seperately the bottom half is more efficient because it conducts the
most current. Bending the antenna in half would result in an antenna
with a strong vertical component and a weak horizontal component
(which is better than no horizontal component at all, and both results
are exactly what I observed in my test). And should there be an
-electrical- midpoint it would be much closer to the bottom of the
whip and not above the physical 'midpoint', the latter being the case
with the bend on my whip.

Finally, my antenna is a 1/4 wave, stainless-steel, vertical whip
(bent at the time) mounted on the front of an old Dodge truck. It is
certainly not an ideal example of laboratory precision, and I never
suggested it was. I did a test, I posted my observations, and I came
to my conclusion based on those results. I never suggested that my
test should be included in CRC's Handbook of Chemistry and Physics or
Van Nostrands encyclopedia. I never declared that a straight antenna
was better than a bent antenna or vice-versa. I never said that anyone
should or should not bend their antenna. In fact, I made no definitive
conclusion about my test other than what I stated -- the antenna had
both vertical and horizontal polarity. And you agreed.


The theoretical gain of that antenna should be equal between
polarizations. When such a scenario is in place the field strength
should drop to .707 of it's original. That represents a 3db loss
just from this antenna being bent.



Wrong. The theoretical gain of the antenna for a given polarity is a
function equal to the sum of the gains of equally spaced tangents
along the curve of the antenna.


Not wrong at all. A diagonal antennas field strength drops to .707 of
its original when the receiving antenna stays vertical.



That's only true if the receiving antenna is a half-wavelength.


Yet you stated....................................

"vertically polarized field strength dropped by a hair."



As measured by my FSM.


When testing mobile antennas a 3db loss is huge.
Most all well designed efficient non bent antennas
will easily beat your -3db antenna.



I did not say that it dropped by 3dB. The phrase "by a hair" is not my
words but the words of my spotter, and both of us generally use that
phrase to describe a meter shift approximately equal to the width of
the needle. And since the FSM used was only a 'relative' FSM (as
opposed to a CISPR quasi-peak detector), there is no way to quantify
"by a hair", nor did I attempt to do so.


Ok..........so your test is quantified by "hairs". Now I get it.



I doubt it.


My tests which were performed with much more detail were
chastised by you. Yet your test (the hair method) gets
validity.

I see how this works now.



No, you don't. But you will.....

The stated objective of your tests was to evaluate and quantify the
performance of various antennas, drawing conclusions that could be
extended beyond your testing conditions. However, the technical level
of the tests exceeded the limitations of your equipment, education and
experience. Your methods were less than scientific, your data was
superficial and contradictory, and your conclusions were few and
highly subjective. When the data from your first test didn't meet your
expectations you provided excuses. Your second test proved that your
excuses were wrong, so you made new excuses. Your data could not be
quantified, yet you proclaimed that x antenna was better than y
antenna was better than z antenna. You clearly failed to meet the
objective of your tests. You don't know why you failed, so you made
excuses for your failure. When you bragged about your tests in the
newsgroup I evaluated your failures one by one. You then blamed -me-
because you can't accept and correct your own failures.

OTOH, I did a simple test for fun, posted my observations, and
provided my very limited conclusion WITH WHICH YOU AGREED. So
according to -YOU- my test was both valid and conclusive.

Yet your obsession with me pushed you to try -- once again -- to
discredit me in a technical discussion. And once again you failed. And
once again you will blame me for your failure. If anything you should
be asking questions instead of trying to act like some sort of radio
guru (which you definitely are not).

NOW do you see how this works?







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Old June 18th 04, 05:40 PM
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In ,
(Nicolai Carpathia) wrote:
From:
(Frank=A0Gilliland)
In ,
(Nicolai Carpathia) wrote: From:
(Frank=A0Gilliland) This
little group is what comprises the "akc" that Frank always refers. Hell,
"AKC" is one of Frank's favorite terms,,google THAT term and see who
pioneered it,,,Doug, Frank, Lelnad, Geogre, and Hall..in that order.

Oh really? I don't think I have ever typed "akc"


in any of my posts until now.


Results 1 - 10 of about 402 for "Sparky" "akc". (0.60 seconds)=A0
Sorted by relevance=A0 =A0Sort by date
Related groups:=A0=A0rec.radio.cb

Very good, Twist.


LOL. Hey Frank, you should use a webtv somewhere some time. You're
having problems following who's who and need to understand how the thing
works.

Now search through each


one and count how many of those occurances
were quoted from another post instead of


typed by me.


Process of elimination serves quite nicely here. Check only those in the
search that are from you which contain the term "akc". You've used the
term quite regularly. Sobriety would permit return of your retainment
and not have you lying and claiming otherwise.

I guess you need another example of your


communication deficit.



I'm not the one making offtopic posts all day long with another as my
subject header...

In the post at the


following link, notice that I did not use the term
"AKC" but merely quoted the text that


someone else typed:


http://tinyurl.com/33r6x



Your link as nothing to do with it. Check "sparky" and "akc" and you
most certainly talk of AKC in countless posts. Denying it only further
illustrtates you have no self-control.

Since the post included the term, it will


naturally be listed in any search for "AKC" with
me as the author -regardless- of whether I


typed it or not. Now, find some posts where I


actually typed the term, and find enough of


them to back up your claims that it is one of


my "favorite terms" and/or that I "pioneered it".


Not interested in what you believe, Frank, so there is no inclination
for me to persue your begs concerning this any longer. You have used the
term on many occasions,,again, a blanket google search with "sparky" in
the "from" and "akc" in body of the post yields enough posts from you
usig the term to keep your attention captivated until your next bottle.
=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D
http://tinyurl.com/ytcah


http://tinyurl.com/2yor7


http://tinyurl.com/2sapq

=A0
=A0(Twisty cast the first stone)




Hehhee,,,gee, Frank, thanks for posting the link showing Lelnad getting
busted.
In addition, you began puberty long before the dates on any of those
tiny urls' you presented with your offtopic rants and whines and
presonal attacks. You began menstruating and casting stones long before
the dates you presented. Always hlding yourself a victim,,,and somehow,
you have locked onto this fanatasy that I am responsible for all that
has gone bad in your life...LOL....lately, you hvae been all consumed
with me,,,,I mean, you have always made me your topic, but lately, your
emails to others concerning myself have reached a frenzy,,,a regular
mania. Losing your sobriety really wrecked you this time, Frank. I hope
you can recover from this psychotic episode and your slip back into
dependency.


=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D
"...but I admitted I was wrong, Like a man! Something you and QRM have a
problem with. You guys are wrong and you both know it and are both too
small to admit it."

"...but as usual, your best simpl isn;t good enough."

"Athis is how proper communication wroks..."
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"I work for an organization that is


legally


authorized to use


the freeband" Frank Gilliland






Sure you do, Frank. One needs only look to the radio stations in the
Spokane area assigned thie freeband you speak of to decimate your lies,
broken psyche, and twisted, low self-esteem.



"I have admitted lying in this newsgroup, and on more than one
occcasion' Frank Gilliland




.....the story of your life.



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