The SummerLoop II 14 - 50 MHz pedestrian mobile magnetic loop. Post #1278.


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Here's another fascinating antenna design from Peter Parker (VK3YE).  In this post, Peter shows us his "SummerLoop 14-50 MHz pedestrian mobile magnetic loop antenna."  Construction seems fairly easy and will give you a good chance to experiment with magnetic loop antennas, be they mobile or not.  In this design, Peter says he has given a previous magnetic loop "a revamp with improved performance and coverage."  Peter uses a Yaesu FT-817 QRP rig to demonstrate the capabilities of this antenna.

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