The original subreceiver definitely has issues on 160M, even when
listening strictly with Beverages. The cardinal symptom is "phantom"
signals, offset at multiples of 2.5Khz from the actual strong (s9+)
The 160M signal levels delivered by my 580ft Beverages (using
efficient homebrew matching xfmrs) rival the levels delivered by my tx
On Tue, Jan 31, 2012 at 1:48 PM, Rick - DJ0IP / NJ0IP <Rick@dj0ip.de> wrote:
> If the sub receiver was always on the Beverages, then it is no wonder that
> no one complained.
> The old sub receiver did not have a problem with sensitivity or selectivity.
> It's problem was, it would overload with too much signal, especially a
> strong adjacent channel signal.
> The signal levels that a Beverage delivers is a lot lower than that of a
> normal dipole or vertical.
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