69680Re: [softrock40] Re: ATU for ensemble rxtx
- Nov 1, 2012
Then I recommend to feed with balanced line and use a balanced tuner. I just moved to a new qth and will use a similar antenna and that is the recomendation I received.
Eric SA5BKEOn 1 Nov 2012 17:35, "kk4dcf" <oohay@...> wrote:
I have to use an attic antenna in an attic that's not long enough. I'm going to use a 44' dipole with 90 degree bends at ~ 16' on both ends for 20m/40m.
I could go with a much cheaper manual tuner, but I don't have an swr meter to verify its results.
--- In email@example.com, Eric Söderman <eric@...> wrote:
> I dont see why you absolutely need an atu. It depends on what antenna you
> use. If you dont want to spend money then build a manual matcher or more
> antennas (maybe trap dipole or other options)
> Eric sa5bke
> On Nov 1, 2012 3:02 AM, "kk4dcf" <oohay@...> wrote:
> > **
> > I've been trying to get on the air as cheap as possible so I was hoping I
> > wouldn't need an ATU but it seems unavoidable.
> > I'm about to pull the trigger on the elecraft T1 and wanted to get some
> > opinions on whether this would be an acceptable pair (ensemble and T1). I
> > picked it mainly because it can report swr and should hold its value well
> > if I ever decide to sell it. I don't have an swr meter.
> > Thanks,
> > James.
- << Previous post in topic Next post in topic >>