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Re: LF: Getting started, maybe

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Subject: Re: LF: Getting started, maybe
From: Mike-WE0H <[email protected]>
Date: Mon, 16 Mar 2009 01:35:05 -0500
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Hello Ron,

I built a pair of these loops for receiving. They work excellent.

http://www.we0h.us/505kc/Simple-RX-Loop-Antenna/

Let me know if you want to try and listen for my signal. I can put a beacon on the air anytime. CW or PSK-31
Mike
WE0H
WD2XSH/16



Ron T wrote:
I've been reading the occasional posting to the list, wondering if I could find some time and money to work with. As we do not yet have licences for the 500KHz band, the best place to start would be setting up for receiving.
 From my location is it likely that I could receive any amateur stations on
600 metres? Any recommendations for a relatively compact antenna? I do have
a reasonably good receiver that covers the band, a Ten Tec SP-325 (crystal
oven oscillators).


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