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Author Topic: K9AY or vertically polarized Delta loop  (Read 553 times)
HG5BZR
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« on: May 09, 2007, 02:56:20 AM »

Dear Everybody!

I like a good receiving antenna for 80 and 160m band.Help me to choose.Which is the better performance:K9AY sytem or vertical delta loop?
K9AY is smaller but has 2 loops,consists of priamplifier(because of small size I think),filter and you can switch to different direction with control unit(I know it from internet).
Single Deltaloop circumstances is 83m,maybe more signal has,but not possible to switch to the different direction,no filter and preamplifier.Anybody has experience or information?Which is better in a good QTH?And what about my QTH?Can I use K9AY on a houseroof?I live in the center of Budapest in a block of flats.Thank you very much for your help.   Laszlo   HG5BZR
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