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Re: Newbie question: pick-off loop design

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  • tenorman1952
    ... What does a transmitter have to do with it? It is a receiving loop. The impedance mismatch has no discernable effect. All three methods work well. Paul -
    Message 1 of 6 , Apr 7 6:05 AM
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      --- In loopantennas@yahoogroups.com, "dldorrance" <dldorrance@...> wrote:
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      > <Also, I've connected the "sense loop" aka "pickup loop" to the radio with coax,300 ohm twinlead, and simple twisted pair of 22 ga hookup wire. I can't tell the difference with any of these three>
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      > That's because your receiver is much less sensitive to mismatched impedance than a transmitter.
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      What does a transmitter have to do with it? It is a receiving loop.

      The impedance mismatch has no discernable effect. All three methods work well.

      Paul - AE5JU
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