We seek to understand and document all radio transmissions, legal and otherwise, as part of the radio listening hobby. We do not encourage any radio operations contrary to regulations. Always consult with the appropriate authorities if you have questions concerning what is permissable in your locale.

Author Topic: Introducing the SULA: An affordable unidirectional DX-grade loop antenna?  (Read 802 times)

Offline ThaDood

  • DX Legend
  • ******
  • Posts: 1099
  • Likely, not where you are.
    • View Profile
    • Extreme Part #15!
    • Email
Free Radio Enthusiasm: Where the only laws that should apply are the natural laws of propagation.

Offline kris

  • Marconi Class DXer
  • ********
  • Posts: 7169
  • N.Poland
    • View Profile
    • Email
   Thanks ThaDood for the very valuable material for repetition and your own experiments.
It gives you to think, instead of placing a typical magnetic loop in the garden, you can see a better SULA directional antenna. The other two parts of the publication are now available.
 When I am old enough that I no longer climb a tree, this antenna will be my salvation. ;D
RX888, SDR-FE-PLAY, HRD-747, Sony XDR-F1HD,
Ant. Sky Loop 180m 15m AGL, Sky Loop 120m 35m AGL + QRM X-phase eliminator
QTH: Gdańsk N.Poland  Ru/Sp/Gr/Sb=Russian,Spanish,Greek,Serbien
eQSL appreciated to: 13krzycho@gmail.com

Offline Zoidberg

  • DX Legend
  • ******
  • Posts: 2348
  • Gopher Stomp, Texas
  • i c u
    • View Profile
    • Email
Sounds promising. I've been pondering several inexpensive readymade and homebrew amplified loops.
That li'l ol' DXer from Texas
Unpleasant Frequencies Crew
Al: Palstar R30C & various antennae
Snoopy: Sony ICF-2010
Roger: Magnavox D2935
(Off-air recordings.)


Item image   The ARRL Antenna Book 15th Edition, Second Printing, 1988