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Subject: LF: Re: ANTENNAS
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Date: Mon, 26 Nov 2018 18:09:04 -0000
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A wellbrook loop is a very SMALL loop about 1M diameter.
Plenty of elevated wire as high as possible is the answer on  LF/MF


-----Original Message----- From: Chris Wilson
Sent: Monday, November 26, 2018 11:59 AM
To: [email protected]
Subject: Re: LF: ANTENNAS

Hello Mal,

It  was  me,2E0ILY. Thanks for the info. The Wellbrook loop is a large
aperture  wire loop, but as G0LUJ is a  coastal location I think maybe
that flatters the signals. I guess I should try a long resonated wire first then!
Thursday, November 22, 2018, 4:39:13 PM, you wrote:

Someone recently mentioned the Wellbrook loop.

I borrowed a Wellbrook loop for antenna comparisons a while back.
Weak  signals on MF that i could copy with my 1/4 wave inv L on MF
and also my 160m inv L also used to RX on MF. I could not even hear these weak signals on the Loop.
I could copy stronger signals on the Loop but these were 2 to 3 S
units  down on the above wire antennas.
A vertical loop is not ideal for all round listening except it is
rotatable, but could be useful to null out noise at a noisy QTH
A resonated length of wire as long as possible would be a better choice for all round listening
de G3KEV

Best regards,
Chris                            mailto:[email protected]

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