Along that line, my old Standard C168A 2m HT can receive AM in any frequency
in the radio's range of 100-174 MHz, and combined with the "7 db for 7
bucks" 3-element 2m beam... maybe Rick's equivalent setup is better than
using just an AM receiver with a ferrite stick. ?
On Tue, Nov 10, 2009 at 8:47 PM, rick darwicki <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I found a LOT of 3 (2 pocket AM Radios and a portable AM Aircraft Band
> Radio) on eBay a few years ago and won the bidding for less than $5.00. I
> made a 4 element beam for 130 mHz and a 4 step attenuator and use the
> Aircraft Radio for finding noise, works great.
> I suppose it goes without saying FM radios are not good for finding line
> Rick, N6PE
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