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Superloop receiving antenna for 136-kHz: by Peter Dodd, G3LDO

About a year ago I made a receiving loop for 136kHz using computer ribbon cable housed in plastic waste pipe. It wasn't very successful. It would appear that the low Q caused by the construction of the ribbon cable was the problem. I have since made the G3LNP loop although I had difficulties with the amplifier. I finished up using a low impedance pick-up loop without theamplifier - this worked reasonably well but it did lack sensitivity. I decided to redesign the plastic waste pipe special because if its inherent weather resistant structure

Measuring the earth resistance of an LF-antenna system: by Dick Rollema, PAOSE

There were some requests for info on the way I measured the earth resistance of my antenna system. In 1988 ….

The First Russian LF expedition: by Ed, RU6LA

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Contents for AntenTop 01- 2003




G3LDO Reseiving Loop for 136 kHz.

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Lightning Links to Open Book
Antenna Theory Helical Antennas Useful Pieces Simple Keys
Antenna Practice TV Antennas Propagation QRO HF Tube Amplifiers
136 kHz- Antennas Coaxial cables LDE QRO HF Transistor Amplifiers
HF- Antennas Two wire lines Interferences QRP
HF- RX Antennas Feeder's Toolkit Filters TVI/RFI QRP PA
50- MHz Antennas HF ATU Homebrew Receivers Radio and Ham History
VHF- Antennas ATU for the 6- meters Homebrew Transmitters Old Russian/USSR Radio Equipment
UHF -Antennas Antenna Parts Matching Circuit for P.A Amateurs Awards
EH- Antennas Antenna Towers QRP Transceivers Free Radio and Electronics e- Books
TV Channels and Frequencies Reception of Weather Stations Useful Data FM Radio Channels and Frequencies
MagLoop Antennas Home-Brew Technics in Antenna Tools PSU for Amateur Radio from Computer Free Programme and Utility





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February 25, 2017 23:20