[HCDX]: tuning the
[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

[HCDX]: tuning the

I wonder if one use a small tweeker stick (like a mini insulated 
screwdriver) to keep unintended capacitive effects to a minimum  or 
something much larger so as not to get fried ??
Maybe this is done at low power  ??

Good question Pres ,  and Go Bills !

73s Jerry
From: Allan and John Dunn

This can be done by tweaking variable inductors or capacitors in-line with
each tower feed with a device known as a phasor.

In the old days, a field strength meter (which is a calibrated receiver)
would have to be taken to known points several miles out to measure the
field intensity on the given radial(s).
The tweaking is more art than science.
This is a message from Jerry Monroe <JMonroe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
to hard-core-dx@xxxxxxxxxxxxx list. To unsubscribe the list, send
"unsubscribe hard-core-dx" in mail body to majordomo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
For more information, please check http://www.iki.fi/rko/hard-core-dx/
or email Risto Kotalampi, risto@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx