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* [https://swling.com/blog/2017/07/video-pauls-large-aperture-volleyball-net-magnetic-loop-antenna/ Paul’s large aperture “Volleyball Net” loop antenna] via SWLing.com
* [https://swling.com/blog/2017/07/video-pauls-large-aperture-volleyball-net-magnetic-loop-antenna/ Paul’s large aperture “Volleyball Net” loop antenna] via SWLing.com
* [http://www.hard-core-dx.com/nordicdx/antenna/hidden/carploop.html The Carpet Loop (via Hard Core DX)]
* [http://www.hard-core-dx.com/nordicdx/antenna/hidden/carploop.html The Carpet Loop (via Hard Core DX)]
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* [http://kk5jy.net/LoG/ The Loop on the Ground Antenna]  
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* [http://kk5jy.net/LoG/ The Loop on the Ground (LOG) Antenna]
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** {{Thread|receive-antennas-below-30mhz|370110-160-20m-log-loop-ground.html|160-20m Loop on the Ground (LOG) Discussion}}
* [http://www.ve1zac.com/A%20New%20Homebrew%20Magnetic%20Receive%20Loop%20at%20VE1ZAC.htm VE1ZAC Magnetic Receive Loop]
* [http://www.ve1zac.com/A%20New%20Homebrew%20Magnetic%20Receive%20Loop%20at%20VE1ZAC.htm VE1ZAC Magnetic Receive Loop]
* [http://www.wb5dyg.com/pdf/WB5DYG_ReceiveLoopAntenna.pdf WB5DYG Shielded Loop Antennas (PDF)]
* [http://www.wb5dyg.com/pdf/WB5DYG_ReceiveLoopAntenna.pdf WB5DYG Shielded Loop Antennas (PDF)]
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* [http://www.qsl.net/dj3tz/loop1.html Welcome to DJ3TZ's Small Tuned Loop Antenna Page]
* [http://www.qsl.net/dj3tz/loop1.html Welcome to DJ3TZ's Small Tuned Loop Antenna Page]
* [http://home.earthlink.net/~christrask/Wideband%20Loop%20Antenna%20Matching.pdf Wideband Loop Antenna Matching Networks (PDF)]
* [http://home.earthlink.net/~christrask/Wideband%20Loop%20Antenna%20Matching.pdf Wideband Loop Antenna Matching Networks (PDF)]
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* {{Thread|receive-antennas-below-30mhz|370110-160-20m-log-loop-ground.html|160-20m Loop on the Ground (LOG) Discussion}}
 

Revision as of 01:43, 13 June 2018

The idea of constructing loops for receiving radio signals is almost as old as the industry itself. Always popular with MW DXers, HF loops have gradually been gaining acceptance. Although signal nulling with such loops is always a difficult challenge, their lower noise characteristics are a big plus for folks in noisy environments, such as condos or apartments. Smaller loops almost always need some sort of amplification and/or matching. If you are building a loop outdoors, Safety First. Make this link a must read. Don't become a statistic!

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