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Haruteq Log Periodic... Anyone built it?

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Hey, I was just wondering if anyone had made the antenna listed on the RR Antenna Wiki, the Haruteq Log Periodic:

http://wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/Haruteq_Log_Periodic_Beam

The problem I am running into is the spacing of the elements. I find it kind of silly that the author never included the element spacing in the article from that book, as I have built 2M, 6M and 70CM yagi's in the past for amateur radio and when building these types of antenna's the spacing of the elements was very important.

Did anyone happen to figure out what the spacing of the elements might be for this project? I find it difficult to just "eye" it if I am going to put time inot actually building one that will hold up to Canadian winters...

Thanks
 
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