Friday, January 19, 2018

AMAZING homemade HF loop antennas MFJ-935b loop tuner. Post #1377.


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Here's a case where a little ingenuity and creativity can create a working antenna for a modest cost, and perhaps even free.  The radio amateurs behind "HamRadioConcepts" have made two fully functional magnetic loop antennas from an old bicycle rim and a steel tape measure.  Using the MFJ-935b loop "tuner", these ordinary household items were transformed into working antennas for the 10 and 12 meter bands.  For those living in antenna restricted HOAs and CC&Rs, this video should give you some ideas for making a stealth antenna for your location.

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