I walked the spacing off today, it looks like roughly 175â from SAL to SAL center.
One of these will be a SAL-35, the second a SAL-30. I have more spacing options for a SAL-20 as the second SAL, up to a 400â.
> On Jul 7, 2018, at 9:30 PM, Neil Kazaross <email@example.com> wrote:
> By all means phase two SAL's or similar if you have room. How far apart can
> you place them? 73 KAZ
>> On Sat, Jul 7, 2018 at 6:22 PM, Brandon Jordan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Hi Colin. I missed this post somehow but, since seeing it, thought I
>> should respond. I own both the NCC-1 and NCC-2. I actually thought I sold
>> the NCC-1 last year on eBay but obviously did not as I just found it boxed
>> up in my radio room closet.
>> I have way more experience with the NCC-1, mainly phasing dual DXE active
>> whips. I bought the NCC-2 from a ham who couldnât figure out how to use it,
>> but unfortunately since I put it online after a few months of being boxed,
>> I donât have any output out of antenna 2 so it is going to DXE for repair.
>> Long story short, no experience with the NCC-2 besides a few days of
>> testing when it first arrived. The NCC-1 worked great on two DXE active
>> whips spaced 100â apart.
>> I have been so enamored with the Shared Apex Loop that regular phasers
>> have been a bit on the back-burner and why I am now very interested in your
>> new model. In speaking with the SAL guru Mark Bauman about dimensions on a
>> SAL-35, he mentioned phasing two SALâs could be very interesting and since
>> I happen to have two SAL units I am planning on experimenting with that. I
>> have the post holes dug, the 35â masts aluminum masts built and etc ready
>> to go but donât see me getting those up until it cools off some here in TN.