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I still have one and still use it. It's called a Radio West Loop. It has a 22" ferrite bar, and has more gain than my Quantum QX Pro Loop (15" ferrite bar), but the Quantum has better nulls.
--- In email@example.com, Bob Coomler <w6rjc@...> wrote:
I had one of those!Â It was made by Radio West and I believe they were in northern San Diego County, CA.
--- On Mon, 9/27/10, terribly wet <zz4@...> wrote:
From: terribly wet <zz4@...>
Subject: [ultralightdx] What is this ?
Date: Monday, September 27, 2010, 11:54 AM
I found this around here amongst my old junk. (link)
I recall it worked quite well.
I only found what is seen in picture.
The ferrite rods if I remember were super-glued together. One section has broken off.
I recall it had a variety of coils for VLF up to HF areas. The only one that remains I think was the MW one. (I seem to remember using that last)
It has an amp section and had a line to feed a receivers antenna jack.
I would like to bring this back from the dead.
Does anybody recall who made it and sold it ??
I hate to do a complete 'Crime Scene Investigation' of the unit. (I am referring to the TV show where they take everything apart and figure it out)(no crimes involved)