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This is the Group to Ask Your Questions, Get Answers and Information about Shortwave Listener (SWL) Antennas for improved Radio Listening and Enjoyment.

This focus of this Group is the Shortwave (SW) Antenna; plus the Medium Wave (MW) Antenna and the FM Radio Antenna. General Antenna Information, Construction and Design with a little 'theory'. How Antennas can be used for Shortwave (Radio) Listeners (SWL) and Medium (Radio) Wave Listeners. Medium Wave is better know as the AM Radio Broadcast Band (BCB). The FM Radio Band (87-108 MHz) because it is Very High Frequency (VHF) has its own unique Antenna considerations. In some parts of the world all of these forms of Radio Listening are called Broad Cast Listening (BCL) and the Antennas used for each type of Radio Listening can be quite varied and different. Antennas are a 'practical' Art Form based on Reasoning and Ideas resulting in "Something That Works !" This is the Place to Seek Understand of Antenna Basics and gain Practical Knowledge of "What Works". All Antennas either 'Ready Build' or your own personal "Home Brewed" Antenna Marvel are the Topic of Discussion. YES - This is the Forum for each of us to Explore the Subject of ANTENNAS.

Remember: IANE = I Ain't No Elmer ~ RHF

Take a Look at the SWL, AM & FM Antenna "Images" in the Photo Section

Check-Out the SWL, AM & FM Antenna "Bookmarks" in the Links Section

The-Bottom-Line:   The   A N T E N N A + G R O U N D   S Y S T E M   is . . .

55.5% of the Radio/Receiver to Antenna and Ground Reception Equation.

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  • 6076
  • Shortwave
  • Jun 5, 2003
  • English

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