Monday, March 27, 2017

Chameleon F-LOOP. Post #1083.

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An exceptionally made and clearly explained tutorial from Julian (OH8STN) on how to install and use a remotely controlled  Chameleon F-LOOP magnetic loop antenna in deed-restricted housing.  In this video, Julian successfully installs this popular magnetic loop antenna in a garage and in a loft (attic).  Julian made this video for a radio amateur in Ukraine who wanted a small, stealthy antenna for his home.  Julian says the coverage from this compromised antenna is surprisingly good given its size.  A magnetic loop can also be used for portable and emergency use.

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