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What would happen if you just left the guys at the
140' and also installed new at the 150'?? I'am
assuming, "guys" = guy wire, as in support wires.I
don't understand where the better signal comes from.
Jim Jensen
--- Jan Harris <jan(--nospam--at)libertyeng.net> wrote:
> Had a call this morning requesting an analysis of a
> 150 ft tall guyed
> antenna tower in Alaska.  They are interested in
> relocating the guys from
> the 140 ft elevation to the 150 foot elevation. 
> This going to give them a
> better signal.  Tower is owned by Coast Guard.,
> requires Alaska PE
> registration, Tower drawings are available, project
> requires analysis
> complete in "three to four" weeks.
> 
> Please email me off list if you can assist.
> Thanks
> 
> Jan M. Harris, PE
> Liberty Engineering, PC
> Virginia Beach, VA
> 
> 
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