Friday, October 5, 2018

Review of Pracomm SML-1000-1 Loop Antenna (#95). Post #1637.


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If you live in an antenna-restricted home, apartment, or condo, then a magnetic loop antenna may be a way of getting on the air without yourself visible to neighbors.  In this video, Dave Casler (KE0OG) reviews the Pracomm SML-1000-1 Loop Antenna. Dave does a good job of explaining the theory and design behind this loop antenna, which shares some features of more expensive magnetic loop antennas from MFJ and other manufactures.  If you're interesting in this antenna, please contact Roberto Arranaga (KX4CY) at http://www.pracomm.store.

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