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10386Re: [loopantennas] Searching for a very low noise wideband loop preamp

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  • Horacio Nigro
    Jan 9, 2014
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      You were right. My mistake. But with José I was talking about an amplifying device for FM, it was in another YG reflector, and I mixed-up things. Sorry. HI!.

      Horacio


      2014/1/9 Todd Roberts <toddroberts2001@...>
       

      I agree with Brian, I have had excellent results with the M0AYF broadband loop design.
      Easy to build, uses only 2 transistors, unconditionally stable. Many people have
      reported it works very well for them. Much less expensive to build your own versus
      the Wellbrook or Pixel loops.
       
      73, Todd WD4NGG
      -----Original Message-----
      From: brian nsl <brian.nsl@...>
      To: loopantennas <loopantennas@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Wed, Jan 8, 2014 3:16 pm
      Subject: Fw: [loopantennas] Searching for a very low noise wideband loop preamp

       
      Jose,
               I would recommend that you look at this loop antenna out of interest.
       
      1. A Wide Bandwidth Active Loop Receiving Antenna. - QSL.net

        www.qsl.net/m0ayf/active-loop-receiving-antenna.html
        Broad Bandwidth Loop Antenna. ... The best performing receive antenna tested was an
      2. active loop design by John (G8CQX) upon which my .... 73,s. Des (M0AYF)
      There are many ' imitations ' around but it does really work and is cheap to build.
      Good luck with your project.
                                                  Regards for 2014,
                                                       72, Brian, GØNSL.
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      Sent: Wednesday, January 08, 2014 12:14 PM
      Subject: [loopantennas] Searching for a very low noise wideband loop preamp

       


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