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Radio amateurs worldwide are facing more restrictions on their antenna building projects. Whether it's deed-restricted (HOA/CC&R) properties or the lack of space for erecting full-sized HF antennas, hams are turning to a variety of experimental and unusual antenna systems to transmit their signals.
In this video from Julian (OH8STN), we see how an attic-mounted magnetic loop solved a major antenna issue for Julian's friend and former colleague in Ukraine.
The antenna installation consists of the popular Chameleon F-Loop with the RTRR rotator tuner--all remotely controlled from the ham shack. Hopefully, this antenna will be the answer to some of your antenna problems.
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Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).