- The mysteries of tuning a random wire
Re: The mysteries of tuning a random wire
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John, I agree. I need to hear from Jim and the others in this thread that haven't emailed me first. Jim N5IB has been a guiding influence on antennas for me, ever since I heard a presentation he gave. Good stuff gentlemen.
On Tue, Jun 23, 2020 at 11:17 AM John Nicholas <stnick@...
As a new Ham, got my Tech and General Ticket Mar 14, this has been one of the best things to read and re read that I have seen since I started studying for the exams in January. I felt it impacted more then just tuning a random wire.
Thanks, getting in an article form, even cleaned up email exchange would be great.
de KEoZUW John
On Jun 22, 2020, at 3:35 PM, Mike Malone <kd5kxf@...
To all of the participants in this thread, first... thank you! Great information. Now second, can I print this in the QRP Quarterly? I would need you all to give me an okay to do so. I would edit it into an article and credit you all with it and probably present it as the thread it is. I found it fascinating and informative, after all... we are all stuck at home and have wire and tuners. This is timely for those with time on their hands.
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