Direction Finding with "Ultra Shorts"

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Direction Finding with "Ultra Shorts"

by KirtB » Fri Aug 04, 2017 12:21 pm

Direction Finding with "Ultra Shorts", February 1935 Short Wave Craft

Anyone other than a complete novice (Ham pun intended) at radio and antenna work is familiar with the basics types of directional antennas presented here. However, the universe of people knowledgeable about such things was very small in 1935, when this article appeared in Short Wave Craft magazine. An effort to educate operators and designers was really just beginning. The ½-wave dipoles shown here for the transmitter are somewhat directional at 2 dBi, and full-wave square loop antennas for receiving have a gain of around 3 dBi. However, the most significant direction-finding feature of a loop antenna is the comparatively ... http://www.rfcafe.com/references/short-wave-craft/direction-finding-ultra-shorts-short-wave-craft-february-1935.htm

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