I understand every antenna set up is different, so I'm looking for advice on what I could change to alter my findings.
The set up is new including the EFHFW - 20 which was bought off the shelf commercially.
Ive worked all over Europe on it with my low 10w fairly easily but without use of the internal tuner the SWR readings are quite high everywhere.
the Wire is up at 30ft in an inverted V with a bend at the end due to bottom of garden being reached.
The supplying coax from shack to UNUN is around 3 meters / 9ft. The wire is 20m/66ft.
the following are my readings.....
I have attached a ground wire to the UNUN earth tag which runs a wire to an earth rod the wire being around 15m long, this appears to make no difference to the SWR, can I assume this wire is also seen as the counterpoise ?
I have tried altering the wire height and angle but found no change in the readings.
Anything else I could try? Someone said to me, ignore it if the tuner fixes it at the radio end, am I over concerning myself, its bugging me I have to admit.