I’ve been thinking about how to optimize antennas for HF at my location, which is on a hillside. This provided me with some insight. I’m not sure what I’ll end up with for propagation to the East (over the hill), but to the West I can probably end up with very good results. Modeling will help. I’ll post more when I get to that.
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