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11991

Re: shielded loop

Danny, for the BC band I would recommend a larger single-turn loop made of coax as used in ham antenna systems. There are many design ideas on the internet.
blumu
9:28 AM
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11990

Re: shielded loop

Thank Michael. I forgot to mention that it's for receive only and for the broadcast band here in north america Danny
dannibou
9:12 AM
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11989

Re: shielded loop

Danny, I have seen designs on the galaxy-wide-web, but do not have any links... For reception, a shielded loop can perform well. A single turn can work well in
blumu
9:05 AM
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11988

shielded loop

Hi. Does it exist a multi turn tuned, shielded antenna? If so, would anyone have a link to suggest to me that explains how to make one? Thanks Danny
dannibou
8:39 AM
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11987

Re: MFJ 1886 Antenna

hi Viva La Loop, Noise-Free qth's as well as RF transparent building construction. Is the Loop on a remotely controlled Rotator 73 de jordan ve7jjd Hi Thanx 73
Jordan Dobrikin
7:40 PM
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11986

Re: MFJ 1886 Antenna

Maybe I missed it, but were the NTi loops mentioned? Sold by Universal in the USA around $300 they use a wire loop and the maker in Germany said larger wire
farmerik
7:04 PM
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11985

Re: MFJ 1886 Antenna

While we are talking about commercial loops, I just have to relate what a great experience I've had with my Pixel/DXE RF Pro-1a loop. Mine was a late purchase
jrtow3rd@bellsouth.net
Oct 20
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11984

Re: MFJ 1886 Antenna

Hi Some Bedside Reading Thanx 73 de jordan ve7jjd http://www.qsl.net/kp4md/balconyloop.htm
    Jordan Dobrikin
    Oct 19
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    11983

    Re: MFJ 1886 Antenna

    I think you have that a little backwards. Small receiving loops (i.e. <0.1 wavelength circumference) show directionality in the plane of the loop (i.e. if you
    bombnumber21
    Oct 19
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    11982

    Re: MFJ 1886 Antenna

    Greetings to ALL: I know "Small" Magnetic Loops ( circumference approx 0.1 wavelength at GIVEN FREQUENCY ) have a Figure 8 receiving pattern as viewed from the
    Garey Wittich
    Oct 19
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    11981

    Re: MFJ 1886 Antenna

    Hello group- I questioned and seriously considered the 1886 antenna when I was in the market to buy my first loop but after extensive research and reading
    Chris
    Oct 18
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    11980

    Re: MFJ 1886 Antenna

    Hi Try Yahoo Group ultralightdx for Super Duper Ferrite Sleeve Loops for LW &MW thanx 73 de jordan ve7jjd Hi Thanx 73 de Jordan ve7jjd On Mon, Oct 16, 2017 at
    Jordan Dobrikin
    Oct 16
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    11979

    Re: MFJ 1886 Antenna

    Thanks to all for the information on the various loops. I have antennas to cover HF and am looking for something to use below the broadcast band. Just
    kc7nj
    Oct 16
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    11978

    Re: MFJ 1886 Antenna

    Hello Dave, I manage to get hold of one these loops from a UK dealer. Mechanically the antenna is very sturdy. Performance wise, it is disappointing when one
    Andrew Ikin
    Oct 16
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    11977

    Re: MFJ 1886 Antenna

    Hi Dave, A friend let me borrow his W6LVP loop and I played with it for awhile. It does go down to LF. However it needs more gain; the HF response droops at
    Steve Ratzlaff
    Oct 16
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