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jussizz
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im sorry about to ask the stypid questions, but did that web shop haves the extend cables?
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If possible, use one piece of cable.

If not possible, I recommend that you equip both ends of cable with connectors
at the point of extension.

With other words, don't just wire the cables together
as that will represent a change of impedance and cause reflections. Use connectors.

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Why the load in the antenna? My 1/4 wave I built is about 36inches long and is pretty flat across the band. (holds 50ohms pretty well too).
Really, I'm surprised to see a loaded antenna (mag mount) for FM. Maybe yours is shorter than 36inches?

pcs wrote:
And here's a picture. Its really hard to make a nice picture of shiny objects
such as antennas


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