>> Linear loading is a marketing concept to make you think
>>you have eliminated the ohmic losses associated with loading
>>coils. Instead, it *increases* the losses.
>Amen and Ditto!
>ON4UN's Low Band DXing has it right.
I fully understand why TOP LOADING (where there is very little current)
accounts for much less ohmic losses
But ON4UN also recommends linear loading AT THE BASE of a vertical
to be BETTER (less ohmic loss) than a loading coil at the base...?
Isnt that to the contrary of what you 2 wrote?
73 Con DF4SA
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