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  1. PASSIVE BROADBAND MATCHING OF A SMALL LOOP ANTENNAS IN HF - continued

    PART 4

    Here below is the spreadsheet calculation and frequency response of the broadband matching antenna network

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    A more robust antenna can be made by adding the sides of the...
  2. PASSIVE BROADBAND MATCHING OF A SMALL LOOP ANTENNAS IN HF - continued

    PART 3

    The simple loop antenna made with wood strips salvaged from a pallet and previously mentioned is shown below:

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    Its series inductance of 2.8 uH, can be embedded into a low pass...
  3. Antenna feedline

    From your post I reckon it is a 50 Ohm coaxial feed cable. If you use a cable rated for the power you are going to use (300 - 600 W ?) and have the shield connected to a good earth ground you should...
  4. PASSIVE BROADBAND MATCHING OF A SMALL LOOP ANTENNAS IN HF - continued

    PART 2

    NOTE: The theory of the proposed method becomes very simple in practice, when explained by a few schematics/illustrations, which I am not allowed to post at the moment, so I shall add them...
  5. A novel way of broadband matching a small loop HF antenna

    METHOD FOR PASSIVE BROADBAND MATCHING OF A SMALL LOOP ANTENNAS IN HF

    NOTE: this work was started on the SDRplay Community Forum
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    How to post attachements?

    It's me again asking for info. I wish to post a technical article on passive wideband loop antenna matching, but I need to post photographs & drawings and do not even know if this is possible on this...
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    Newcomer to this forum

    I am a newcomer to the Ham Radio Forum, moving from the SDRplay Community Forum, which has been suspended and where I contributed many posts over a period of more than one year. I work with two SDR...
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