[TowerTalk] inexpensive dummy loads
jimlux at earthlink.net
Wed Aug 16 14:55:52 EDT 2006
At 10:37 AM 8/16/2006, Larry Phipps wrote:
>An excellent source of quality dummy loads is
>Check out the 75W ones for $9.00. I have checked these out on my HP VNA
>and they are excellent. Only drawback for you is that they use a N
>connector, but they have others. Most really good attenuators and dummy
>loads use N connectors (or BNC).
excellent.. I don't need "excellent" attenuators, just ones that are
reasonably stable and can absorb a few watts of power. They are hooking up
to something with SO239s, but adapters aren't out of the question.
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>Jim Lux wrote:
>>I'm looking for inexpensive HF dummy loads for a phased array
>>project. They only need to handle 10 Watts or so, and preferably would
>>have PL259 connectors on them (as opposed to SO239).
>>I have a few of the $40 MFJ260's (25W continuous rating) and they're in
>>the ballpark, but since I need a bunch of them, I'm looking for something
>>less expensive, if it exists.
>>Just looking aroundn for other sources of such things.
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