3041Re: [loopantennas] Re: New file uploaded to loopantennas
- Feb 1, 2007Hi!
Why not buy them all?
Anyway, the Chinese will copy them all very soon, and they will cost a lot less!
nonlinear@... wrote: the 5 metre loop looks a bit tough
what about the 1 metre loop but mounted higher up and still on a rotator?
does the height equalize wrt the 5 metre's DX ability?
if you spending these kind of bucks you want the right decision for sure!!
(btw:always wanted a wellbrook loop but would cost about 500$ CDN I figure to get one here so I just dream)
----- Original Message ----
From: Richards <jruing@...>
Sent: Wednesday, January 31, 2007 11:59:57 PM
Subject: Re: [loopantennas] Re: New file uploaded to loopantennas
Yes. I did ask Wellbrook about it. Also about the use
of a compacted loop as in our friend's application. I
thought this model used a loop of about 3-5 meters on a
side. I am wondering how I would deploy such a 5-meter
on a side loop in my new backyard... I liked the way
our compatriot compacted the loop and asked Wellbrook
if it would perform as well as the original design.
I will post up what they say, if anything. So far, they
are kinda pushing me to the 1530+ as the one to get, as
opposed to the more expensive ALA 330. (I asked them to
identify their best SW antenna, indicating I only occasionally
look for MW DX) and they mentioned the ALA 330, but also
pushed the lower cost ALA 1530+, claiming it had 18 dB
So... I cannot make up my mind.
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