Slight drift..... Poor Windom. He and Louis Varney have had their auras appropriated for crass commercial purposes with no regard for their dignity, honor, values, feelings or true spirit, much like David Crockett has been treated by Walt Disney. A Google search for "Windom antenna" returns page after page of miracle antenna schemes for sale, but no description of what Windom's antenna actually was. Since coax was not around, certainly not commonly available in the 1920's, I have to suspect that it was not coax fed at all, and no baluns, ununs or other modern enhancements. One intrepid entrepreneur describes his offering as an "End-Connected Windom." There is the Carolina Windom, The Windom Antenna Handbook and every variety and variation, much confusion over the proper, best location of the feed-point. I didn't find a "G5RV Windom" offered, though, so there is an angle for future entrepreneurs to work.