Re: [loopantennas] Re: Loop around a rancher house
- Hi Sal,
I operate QRP 99% of the time on all the HF bands. I do
have a Butternut HF9V in the back yard with 120 radials,
Carolina Windom and a TA33Jr beam so if the loop does not
work. I do have one tall pine tree on the property.
Going to set it up using PVC at first just to see if the
antenna will work. Never know until one tries.
73 and Thanks,
----- Original Message -----
From: "sal.cerda" <sal.cerda@...>
Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2013 9:44 AM
Subject: [loopantennas] Re: Loop around a rancher house
> There is no reason not to try this. What frequencies are
> you interested in? How much power will you run?
> With the loop around the house, you and your family are
> inside the loop, so be aware of the field inside it. Also
> note that your house probably could cause some sort of
> electrical interference being inside the loop. Try it and
> With a 20 foot drop in the back, I would also look at a
> quad or delta loop if you have trees in your back yard. If
> you are already up on the ladder, install some eye bolts
> and pulleys for future experiments.
> My rather low delta loop for 40 meters works well on 40,
> 20, 17 and 15 using my Dentron tuner.
> Good luck,
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