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11 meter dipole question

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I have an idea don't know if it will work. My house is about 15 to 20 feet from ground to top my idea is to nail two 2 by 4s on the edge of the roof the 2 by 4s would be about 20 feet apart I would atach the dipole to the top of the 2 by 4s by the way the 2 by 4s would be 3 feet long would that work I forgot to mention it would be horizontal
 
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That will give you a directional horizontally polarized signal.

CB is vertically polarized and you'll have about 20dB of loss talking to other CB contacts with vertical antennas.
 
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