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[DX] Vl: ALA100 vs. ALA1530
tämmöinen tieto loopeista ehkä kiinnostaa muitakin...
Lähettäjä: Andy Ikin <sales@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Vastaanottaja: Jarmo Patala <jp@xxxxxxxxxx>
Kopio: alan gale <alan.gale@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Päivä: 26. elokuuta 2000 0:07
Aihe: Re: ALA100 vs. ALA1530
>The ALA 100 requires a loop size of 4 x 5 m to get the same signal output as
>the ALA 1530. However, the noise level of the ALA 100 is about 10-15dB lower
>than the 1530. Hence it is used by some NDB dxers.
>Alan gale of the Medium Wave circle reviewed the ALA 100 two years ago. He
>may be able e-mail a copy to you.
>Andy Ikin e-mail: sales@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> URL: http://www.wellbrook.uk.com
>Wellbrook House, Brookside Road,
>Bransgore, Christchurch, Dorset BH23 8NA. UK.
>Tel. 01425 674174 Int.+44 1425 674174
>Manufacturers of Broadband Loop Antennas
>From: Jarmo Patala <jp@xxxxxxxxxx>
>To: Sales@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <Sales@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Date: 23 August 2000 15:58
>Subject: ALA100 vs. ALA1530
>I have been satisfied user of your ALA1530 antenna for past two years, in
>fact I have got quite many enquiries from domestic and foreign DXers and I
>have been happy to recommend it for serious MW DXing.
>How ever I have been thinking to purchase something new for antennas, maybe
>K9AY but limited space gives second thought to this ALA100.
>Do you have any comparisons between these two loops, I was going to build
>it about 2 x 2 or 3 x 3 metres.
>How much more signal the larger loop will provide and has it other
>I haven't seen any test on this on any news groups or DX-magazines. Maybe
>you can give me some idea on this.
>Thank you in advance.
>Best regards, Jarmo Patala
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