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Indoor antennas?

Subject: Indoor antennas?
From: dcurtis@mipos2.intel.com (dcurtis@mipos2.intel.com)
Date: Thu Jul 14 15:53:33 1994
  > For 30 meters and up, I think you will find that the MFJ small resonant
  > loop antenna hard to beat on a performance basis.  RF wise, the AEA should
  > be equivalent but it is harder to tune and much easier to break.
  > 73,  Eric  N7CL
  Maybe my understanding of these gizmos is a little simplistic, but 
  shouldn't it be relatively easy to build an auto-tuner for these things?  
  1) sample fwd and refl power
  2) derive sign of the phase difference
  3) drive the capacitor motor one way or t'other
  73, Dave NG0X dcurtis@mipos2.intel.com

>From eric%modular.UUCP@cs.arizona.edu (Eric Gustafson)  Thu Jul 14 22:50:38 
From: eric%modular.UUCP@cs.arizona.edu (Eric Gustafson) (Eric Gustafson)
Message-ID: <9407142150.AA07400@modular>


The correct term for your SB200 is DRIVER.

73,  Eric N7CL

>From H. L. Serra" <hlserra@teetot.acusd.edu  Thu Jul 14 23:19:06 1994
From: H. L. Serra" <hlserra@teetot.acusd.edu (H. L. Serra)
Subject: HP Diodes
Message-ID: <Pine.3.07.9407141506.A27338-9100000@teetot.acusd.edu>

Anyone looking for the Hewlett Packard diodes to replace existing front
end switching diodes in transceivers per the Rohde articles in QST:
Newark Electronics has them, but are back-ordered two months on the BULK
HP diodes. Instead, ask for the HP 5082-3081#T25, which is the same HP
diode in a tape and reel configuration (i.e.the diodes are strip-taped
together, and easily pulled apart) at the same price, and in stock.
73, Larry N6AZE

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