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  1. dcwebme
    Hi Paul,
    Working on installing M-802 on our Nauticat 33. I read an older thread regarding KISS counterpoise that you moderated. While reading thread on KISS, a question about installing came up that you responded to. That is, someone asked where best to place the antenna tuner (AT); closer to the end of backstay or closer to the thru hull that grounding foil is connected to.
    I have a similar question regarding placement of AT, due to RF exposure.
    If AT is mounted lower near thru hull, it is an easier install foil. But, the antenna lead then passes near seating and sleeping locations on way to deck and backstay antenna. If AT is mounted closer to deck and backstay (antenna) the antenna lead (and thus RF?) is less, but foil is a much more difficult install. Can you direct me toward a forum or some info regarding RF exposure from antenna lead and possible shielding? Thanks,
  2. Smokeys Kitchen
    Hi Paul,

    I ran across a thread I started following in the 'Sailors Confessional'. I cannot seem to find that title anywhere on the main portal. The string looks like this at the top: "Cruisers & Sailing Forums > Scuttlebutt > The Sailor's Confessional". What am I missing? Ron Risden

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    Paul Elliott, S/V VALIS - Pacific Seacraft 44 #16 - Friday Harbor, WA


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