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1.5-volt active loop antenna?
(13)Greetings, I was again pondering some possible low-voltage RF amplifier designs and I stumbled upon a possible idea for a low-voltage (1.2 volts) wideband
magnetic loop current
(4)That is found by trial and error. I use a toroid for coupling and get a perfect 1:1 with 5 turns on two stacked FT-240-61 cores on a 5 1/2 foot diameter loop.
(3)I agree with the other poster, just a basic magnetic loop, simple to build, I used the easy toroidial ring feed for mine as I work mainly qrp which also means
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How to wire capacitor
(14)My question is can I use all the plates on my capacitor ? ... "I'm a QRP operator and never use more than 5 Watts (SSB). With the antenna in the living room
Reception On 470.3125 Mhz
(9)A good person to ask about this would be Iian M1OOO at the Sidmouth Observatory, he spends most his life tracking solar noise and once had myself and a few
(4)Hi Guys, Too bad that Gigaparts mistyped and uses now a Dutch (prefix) callsign as typenumber.This could give quite some confusion in the future.
saturn 6m halo loop
(8)Fond memories of the Saturn 6 here. It was the "go to" 6 meter mobile antenna in the midwest back around 1961 when I was first licensed. Proudly had one on
(3)I am now gathering components to build this ant. The small loop must be 1/5 th the circumference of the large one and directly opposite the cap. Mike N9LSD
HIGH VOLTAGE BUTTERFLY CAPACITOR'S KITS FOR SALE
(17)Is this really necessary in a butterfly capacitor? Doesn't the current flow from one set of vanes on one side to the other? On a regular non-butterfly air
Loop / Whip Phasing
(17)I read this on JD's Loop Home page: http://www.frontiernet.net/~jadale/Loop.htm (4) Also please note that a balanced loop antenna can be spoiled to a cardioid
Homebrew LZ1AQ amplifier
(26)Hi Todd, I am sorry for not responding earlier. I have had a lot of work to do lately. Yes , I think it is a motorized tuning and remote control for a
CapCo AMA-4 Top band loop
(4)Hi Andy. Try this link for TMP connectors source.... http://therfc.com/taiko.htm These connectors were commonly used in many Motorola base and mobile radios
Re: Loop on roof or in garden?
(8)Hello Cor, yes, correct. Thanks to Phil's correction you can see the full article in pdf. It stlll smells by goolge but quite readable. I will be glad to
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