Oops, sorry about that. I must have skipped over it somehow. Yes, I built a SBGH 10 with the curved mesh reflector. I works fine, but its large, heh. A DBGH GH curved mesh reflector would be a monster.It has been a month or so since my last post. So far no replies
Yes, that would be great but pricey. For curtain quads, you may want to consider using galvanized fence wire, sold in the fence dept at Home Depot or Lowes. The gain is only going to be a bit less, but its cheaper and stronger than copper.I have eighth inch copper rod to cut and braze for the array. I wonder if that is OK.
Since you have brazing equipment, give the curtain quad a shot.
For getting the dimensions, just follow my easy directions here :I've tried to figure out the nec modelling software but that has been a little of a challenge so far. If anyone could tell me the dimensions of the quad array and the details of the elements where the balun attaches I would be most appreciative.
The balun connection point is where the wire with the red ball on it is at. (that wire is not a real physical wire. Its a source wire for modeling purposes)