From: James Lyons (jlyons@CAM.ORG)
Try a capacitor (variable for a start) between the base of the hamstick
and ground. Once you've got the correct value (several hundred pF) you
can replace it with a fixed one of sufficient voltage (silver mica or
ceramic) and you want need to bother with the tuner.
If you want to use other sticks on deifferent bands, I have a fix for
On Mon, 31 Jul 1995, James M Fitton 508 960 2577 wrote:
> 7.040, (and also with a much stronger dip around 9 MHz)
> the SWR to the rig however, was very high. The resistance
> was around 7 ohms, and XL and XC were equal, measured on the
> noise bridges..
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