Many people use active receive antennas on the LF/MF bands; I use a commercial Procomm active whip which sits under my 137kHz Tee. It is happy to exist inandy_jnt
Nice conditions this afternoon on 136 kHz. Just for fun, I transmitted a couple of Op32 sequences around mid-day and was surprised to be heard by PA7EY (-37 dBrobert_la4ana
Hi Andy, agreed there area number of ways of achieving the required reactance at the switch drain. Interestingly C1 L1 is parallel resonant (or close to it) atalan_g3nyk
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