Loop antenna amplifier - new HF/VHF version

Chris Moulding

As you might imagine I've had a lot of feedback from customers and potential customers since we released the Loop Antenna Amplifier.

The feedback covered three main areas:

Can it use a bigger loop than 1m diameter?
I don't want to listen at VLF. Why can't it cover up to VHF like your earlier loop antennas?
Can I buy the head unit on it's own? I've got a SDR receiver with a 5V bias-tee built in.

As a result we have now released a HF/VHF version of the Loop Antenna Amplifier.

This covers 500 kHz to 150 MHz at the -6 dB points and can be used with wire loops bigger than 1m diameter. It has a 50 ohm input impedance to better match larger inductive loops so it can also be used as a very low noise (0.79 dB noise figure at HF) pre-amp with VHF dipoles or yagis.

We can now also supply the HF/VHF amplifier head unit (or the base unit) on it's own.

We have some stock of them so we can ship immediately ready for Christmas.

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