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Thanks Marshall, but how did you find that? I did search before posting, and ran another search a moment ago, but found nothing! I’d like to take a closer look at the info.
So what’s your impression about utilizing this as ground plane material? We’re talking about 300 ft of it for about $50 (and it looks like a big conductor).
Alternatives I’m considering for about the same price…
1. 500ft of solid 12 awg ground, and stripping the jacket off (whew), or
2. 100ft of solid 8 awg already bare, and making only 10 radials, and then adding to it gradually as I get more copper.
If I had enough money left I’d just buy several hundred feet of bare wire, but for now I want to get the best ground performance (on the roof) that I can get for about $50
So what you think?
Oh, concerning the Beldin, the guy said:
The end tips that you see, they are of some kind of metal material, and then it is just one long flexible cable after that, is it attached it doesn’t slide throughout.
I purchased this from the Iowa DOT. It is new in the box. The one pictured has part number BL 8924 and BL 9422.
This sale is for one, but I have 14 with different model numbers. Thank you.