Info on LF equipment
Sat, 06 Nov 1999 17:02:40 -0500
Lyle Koehler wrote:
> Mthv5@aol.com wrote:
> > I am curious about what people are using for receivers and/or converters? I
> > have been looking around the web, and found lots of information on antennas,
> > operating modes, etc. But not much on receivers. Are there any converters
> > and/or kits available these days?
> Many of us simply use a preamp in front of a general-coverage receiver
> or ham transceiver. Several preamp designs are available on my web page.
> If your rig doesn't tune down to the LF range, there is a
> high-performance converter design in the LWCA file libraries section at
> Several manufacturers have offered LF/VLF converters in the past. Names
> that come to mind are Datong, Palomar Engineers and LF Engineering. A
> quick web search didn't yield a supplier of the Datong converter, but a
> couple of models of the Palomar Engineers converter are shown in the
> Amateur Electronics Supply price list at http://www.aesham.com/pal.shtml
> No search results for "LF Engineering" either. However, they have an ad
> in the most recent LOWDOWN so they're apparently still in business.
> Catalog 200 can be ordered from them at 17 Jeffry Road, East Haven, CT
> Lyle, K0LR
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