Shielding antennas
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(2015-01-11, 17:37)Cutty Wrote: There is no way we can evaluate that for you. All of us must go through the optimizing process in our own environment.
This is not a plug and play system, and each location has it's own variables. Call it 'suck it and see' if you wish.
Whatever you determine today may change tonight... or when the seasons change.
It's a hobby, and it takes time to get to know your station, and environment, and only you can go
through the process... Big Grin There should be no issue with the Controller, or even the E amplifier being in
the computer room, if all else is good. There can be issues with H amplifier and antennas in the same room.

I thought it would be suck it and see... lol . Thanks for the advice. I thought if I was running shielded cable to the roof for the H, I may as well run the second cable for the E and construct the E amps and antenna as well. Is there any specific length of wire or preferable type (I think the suggested is one fairly stiff), for the E field antennae? I am thinking of a system much like as suggested by Egon, wire and pre amp in in a weatherproof fitting.
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Shielding antennas - by orion_jb2001 - 2015-01-11, 14:39
RE: Shielding antennas - by cutty - 2015-01-11, 15:12
RE: Shielding antennas - by orion_jb2001 - 2015-01-11, 15:35
RE: Shielding antennas - by cutty - 2015-01-11, 17:37
RE: Shielding antennas - by orion_jb2001 - 2015-01-11, 18:33
RE: Shielding antennas - by cutty - 2015-01-11, 23:57

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