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Make A Quarter Wave Stub

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by W5JDX, Jan 14, 2023.

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  1. W5JDX

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    George demonstrates how to cut a quarter wave stub to notch out interference. Emile packs for 2023 Winter Field Day. Mike explores W0CHP PiStar Dashboard.
    Plus, mysterious solar powered antennas installations are popping up. How could this be cryptocurrency miners?

    www.amateurlogic.tv
     
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  2. WA6Q

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    George, thank you, nice presentation.
    73, WA6Q
     
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  3. ZL4IV

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    This was my favorite method of getting rid of interference in commercial installations. I though it had been forgotten.
     
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  4. KD4FOV

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    No code techs trying to sound technical!! lol......
     
  5. KK6QMS

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    Interesting. So what are all the options for notching an offending signal? Filter cavities, tuned 1/4 wave stub, ....?
     
  6. WP2ASS

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    You have to find the correct place to put the stub in the feedline as well.

    I've seen plenty of stubs not do what they where supposed to do because they where located in the wrong position in the feedline from radio to antenna.

    Stub placement matters.

    --Shane
    WP2ASS / ex KD6VXI
     
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  7. ZL4IV

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    Another trick is to have the coax slightly longer and put a small adjustable cap across the end and use that to notch out the offending signal.
     
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  8. N7GWA

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    out of curiosity, how would one go about doing this? Find an even spot in the feedline in accordance with the wavelength of the notched frequency, and place the stub at that location?
     
  9. W6KCS

    W6KCS Ham Member QRZ Page

    Yeah, I'm curious about this too, and the technical reasoning behind it.
     
  10. KJ7WT

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    I suppose a tiny VNA would do this, also? I'll have to drag mine out and see what it does.
     
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  11. WP2ASS

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    For those that are wondering about stubs and their placement.....


    https://www.google.com/search?q=k9yc+stubs

    The info written by Jim brown, K9YC will do a lot better job breaking it down than I will.



    --Shane
    WP2ASS / ex KD6VXI
     

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