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Cliff Jones
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PostSubject: Want to build an active Antenna?   2011-09-27, 9:10 am

This looks great for Shortwave and broadcast frequencies.

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PostSubject: Re: Want to build an active Antenna?   2011-09-28, 5:06 am

Looks like a neat set I could take with me when I go camping too. Wouldn't have to worry about setting up a long wire for when I only go for a weekend. Might even put it in my workshop as well.

Have you tried it Cliff?

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PostSubject: Re: Want to build an active Antenna?   2011-09-28, 2:06 pm

I have been thinking about doing it, but time will tell. LOL

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PostSubject: Re: Want to build an active Antenna?   2012-07-28, 6:54 am

Another interesting active antenna is the AMRAD active whip antenna from the September 2001 QST. The author claims that it has very good strong-signal performance, which could be important if you are near an MF or HF transmitter.
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