I'm huge fan of Skeptics@SE, and although I am far from having tremendous reputation level (because I rarely contribute), I frequently visit the site and believe to have good knowledge of what an acceptable answer is.
My answer was deleted by a moderator with the following comment:
This answer is based on a theoretical model, but fails to show that the model is appropriate to the context and/or does not base the model on factual evidence. More in general, answers that contain original research are generally not considered good answers on Skeptics. I am deleting it for these reasons and according to our policy.
First of all, I fail to understand how a context is required for electronics and physics, as those are applicable to any context. In addition, my answer is not based on original research, but is instead an explanation of how antennas work and why the answer to the original requester's question is no. Furthermore, if the answer is not considered as good answer (but is acceptable because it is heavily sourced), for what reasons should a moderator delete the answer instead of letting the community decide whether the answer is good or not. Finally, I have read over the articles Why was my answer deleted and How to answer and don't understand why my answer does not meet these criteria.
Nevertheless, I have edited my answer to add additional information, and would like it to be reviewed again, hopefully by another moderator to have another opinion.
For what reasons was my answer deleted in the first place? How can I go about requesting my now edited answer to be reviewed again?