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Subject: LF: R: I5TGC Antennas
From: "cesare tagliabue" <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, 5 Feb 2003 07:59:22 +0100
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       Dear Peter
       Received your two messages, I'll prepare for you a documentation
about my crossed loop antenna, 73   Cesare

Cesare Tagliabue   I 5 TGC
WW-Loc  JN53PS
e-mail: [email protected]
url: http://dai5tgc.dadacasa.supereva.it

-----Messaggio Originale-----
Da: "g3ldo" <[email protected]>
A: <[email protected]>
Data invio: martedì 4 febbraio 2003 23.08
Oggetto: LF: I5TGC Antennas


Dear Cesare

>         Obviously you can use my web page as source of informations
about
my
> antennas, I'll search in my PC for any possible further useful pictures
or
> schematics, may be there are some high resolution images, I'll send what
I
> find as soon as possible.

When I sent the e-mail requesting information on your antennas I had
forgotten that I asked you the same question in November last year. I am
sorry about that - I can only put it down to old age!

My next column will concentrate on antennas for lower frequencies in
location that are very restricted in space. I have the diagram of your
160m
antenna with its modifications for the 136kHz band, which are fine. I also
have photos of these antennas as shown in the Low Frequency Experimenter's
Handbook but it would be better if I had higher resolution pictures to
give
your antenna designs full justice.
At this time these are the only two photos that I would like.

I am very interested in your crossed loop for the higher frequency bands.
Does it work better than the conventional loop described by I1ARZ?

Again Cesare, many thanks

Regards,
Peter, G3LDO

e-mail <[email protected]>

Web <http://web.ukonline.co.uk/g3ldo>









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