|[AMRadio] Loops was Hy-Tower|
ronnie.hull at glowbugs.com
Tue May 8 05:33:04 EDT 2007
wow that is a great site Jim. Got all kinds of projects in mind now LOL
On Mon, 7 May 2007 18:01:21 -0500, Jim Wilhite wrote
> Take a look at this site. It will go a long way to
> explaining loops.
> > Hello,
> > Does anyone know of a good loop simulation/modeling
> > software?
> > K1QAR's loop size appears somewhat determined by his
> > property constrictions. The efficiency noted for 160 would
> > really rule out using less than high power.
> > If a managable size magnetic loop could be built
> > primarily
> > for 75/40 with good efficiency it would be perfect for my
> > needs.
> > Being downtown my noise floor is high and the radiation
> > pattern must be controlled somewhat to keep from setting
> > the neighboring business, Bank, etc. alarms off.
> > I have been considering a loop for receive but this
> > proves they can transmit well also.
> > Need to look into the modeling.
> > Thanks for any suggestions,
> > BIll,
> > KB3DKS/1
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