Rumchaser: Nice I like your videos thanks for the hard work you put in
Myles Nicholas: Cool first experiment with your Magloop, I prefer a Faraday Induction loop made from RG 58 coax. The cap for fixed frequency on my Magloops is a length of RG213 inner slid into one end and a strap to the other end. Different lengths for different bands - so easy. My current Magloop uses self tapper to an inner insert. http://s12.postimg.org/jj6ocra99/TWO_TURN_PEXAL_MAGLOOP.jpg Myles VK6ZRY BTW I have copper Magloops in all sizes, single and 2 el series types.
David Knapp: This looks like a good home brew project for QRP portable use, too bad the Magnum 1012 is no longer available. Dave - KU9L
Sellers Hymel: Appreciate this, thank you WA5SAT
Tommy Schales: Sir, if you could post on here the 1/5 size of the transformer, the little circle. it would be helpful to me i would like to build this ant. i am not good with fractions in math so your help would be appreciated very much.
Fred196407: I'm really thankful for your video. I've been licensed for a few years but never really had much time for radio. Now circumstances have changed and I can start playing again. I kind of looked at Magnetic loops some years ago but not in detail. Now you have nicely broken the method down it is so much easier than I first thought. I think maybe back at the start I saw calculations that probably scared me off but had I seen it describe and drawn like that then I would have made one for sure. I certainly will now. Thanks!
Bill McGraw: RadioHamGuy, I didn't catch your full call sign if you don't mind. I've watched the video twice and saved it with 2 pages of drawn notes, very neat loop antenna. Bill kf5fjz
Bill McGraw: I like it !! and your wall, like the meter, copied all your descriptions, studying antennas several years, electronics on net, sub- taught some at school, 70 yr old new ham, 3 yrs General, Kenwood 2000, Astron 35A pwr supply & an old RS-DX-398 with aerial/ground used for Xtal sets, other receivers DX-390 melted in fire, back to 55 yrs ago, 2 Hallicrafter receivers, crude Xtal sets even now, 1N34 as well as a rusty nail & corroded penny and sharp pin detector, working on others. Busy life, retired disabled 22 yrs ago Vo-Tec Guidance Counselor Comm. College, took lots of free night classes, still an idiot with my radio and PC, have lots of parts. Bill McGraw, KF5FJZ, NRA Life, Korea vet, firstname.lastname@example.org "Somewhere South of Chicago" Greenville, Mississippi
mbb373: what is the value of the germanium diode that you used? great build !
mike mathews: Great project to experiment with.
purplemutantas: I tried a loop once. The capacitor I used was a pain to tune. I have a capacitor with a reduction gear that should be easier to tune. I have been thinking of making a loop antenna based on the Alex Loop walk ham. I like the idea of a loop that breaks down for transport.
Michael Iddon: Very very cool, Love the bloopers at the end !!
Tom Yang: I see two Forger coffee cans :) I've got three on my bench
Pat Savage: Very cool!
Eddie Leighton: I'm well on my way to start playing with magnetic loops !
Luiz C Balista: Congratulations! Fantastic explantion and practical hints. (PY2CN)
Rich W: SWR??? have you ever related the peek power out with the SWR the HT sees???
KB2CWN: Great video Larry and nice project. I just purchased a used 1012, and I have been rattling my brain on an antenna project for extended range. This just might be doable.
johnnieace45: I'm going to make one this weekend for my 20 meter CW QRP rig
Vasile Pop: Congratulations! Wonderful video. Production quality is so great that it is a pleasure to watch it! 73 de VA6POP Vasile
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