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Re: LF: Re: Static effects

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Subject: Re: LF: Re: Static effects
From: "Tom Boucher" <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2001 08:40:10 +0100
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Dave G3YMC wrote:
If you feed your antenna, as many do, via a matching transformer (3C85 core)
then the
antenna and the line to the tx/rx will be automatically grounded. Another
of this method of feeding antennas.
Well I do Dave but I have rather an odd T/R relay arrangement based on
single pole on/off relays which I had available. This means that when Tx
supply is switched off, the antenna is connected to neither transmitter
nor receiver.

I didn't fit a bleed resistor as Andy suggests because I figured it
would have to dissipate a fair bit of power unless it was a high value,
however even a high value will be adequate to discharge any build up of
static, I guess.

73, Tom

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