Wiring for Magnetic loops.

Discussion in 'Antennas, Feedlines, Towers & Rotors' started by N1KWW, Jun 14, 2019.

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  1. N1KWW

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    Loop constructed, 2' 1/4" copper, 10' RG8 coax. One image showed center conductor connected to copper loop and braid connected to copper loop plus also connected to large loop. Any info appreciated.
  2. KA0HCP

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    What image? What design. How about a link or photo? Unfortunately we are poor as ESP! ;)
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  3. NH7RO

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    And I thought you guys were telepathetic![/QUOTE]
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    And, note telepathic does not infer empathetic :) ...
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  7. AA7QQ

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    It can be connected many ways. That is a simple loop feed & DC grounding the outer loop.
    Of course, it all affects tuning.
    Any "Loop Calculator" is just a tool to get general specs.
    Modify from there.

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