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Re: LF: Antenna Current

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Subject: Re: LF: Antenna Current
From: "Dick Rollema" <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, 9 May 2001 15:20:56 +0200
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When talking about the voltage on a certain point in a circuit it must be
stated against which other point it is measured.

When the loading coil is connected to earth at its bottom end and when
voltage is measured also against earth then the voltage at the bottom end of
the coil is zero and at the top it is I times  X;  with I = current in the
coil and
X = inductive reactance of the coil.

73, Dick, PA0SE

----- Oorspronkelijk bericht -----
Van: Mike Dennison <[email protected]>
Aan: <[email protected]>
Verzonden: woensdag 9 mei 2001 13:28
Onderwerp: Re: LF: Antenna Current

> If the voltage on the output of the coil is higher than that on the
input then
> (for constant power) the current must be less.
> Nick

Ah. This is one of the great mysteries of loading coils that has always
me. Does anyone have a good explanation?

Mike, G3XDV (IO91VT)

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