3064Re: New file uploaded to loopantennas
- Feb 7, 2007
>>>You can make a large 1 turn loop, or a smaller multi-turn loop.<<<Or both, since you supply the wire. Can the head unit at the antenna
be easily disconnected and connected to another loop? Or, how about
an arrangement where the small multi-turn loop is bypassed with a
switch so that the coax then continues to a large loop elsewhere in
the back yard. Would that work? If so, then how about multiple
configurations of loops attached to a remote multi-antenna coax
switch where the common comes back to the shack from several loops
through the head unit.
--- In email@example.com, "Rob Moore" <rmoore5@...> wrote:
> Hi Richards,
> Sarcasm notwithstanding, if it was me, based on what I've found out
> abut the ALA-100 so far, I'd go with that. It's flexible, fairly
> sensitive and potentially very quiet. You can make a large 1 turn
> loop, or a smaller multi-turn loop. It's compact enough so that
> can bring it, a roll of wire and your portable radio on a trip and
> be set up and ready to go in a half an hour or so. What else is
> there to say?
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Richards <jruing@> wrote:
> > (Rob -- Read this as ooooozing with feigned sarcasm:)
> > Oh... yeah... you offer a little sympathy...
> > or is it empathy... whatever...
> > Still I lament the lack of solid advice !! ;-)
> > OK - so I poke some fun, but just knowing someone appreciates
> > the difficulty of my dilemma helps me know I am at least
> > considering the right notions.
> > I will certainly let you know what I do.
> > /////////////////// THANKS -- Richards //////////////
> > Rob Moore wrote:
> > > Hi Richards,
> > >
> > > I know the quandry you're in. Let us know what you try.
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