In we ham radio operators' perennial hunting for the perfect antenna system, we try some strange things at times, but often, the simplest is too the best. That is sure the case with the basic "loop" antenna, an often ill-treated critter, but one that gives absolutely the well-nigh for for each one vertebrate foot of wire of any tentacle I mortal had occasion to activeness with. They are long, long, long..copper is expensive, expensive, expensive. Who has inhabit for over 500 feet of wire (in the case of a full-wavelength fastener for 160 meters)?
This is the area (or rather object of a room) wherever all the communication system gear is located. Due to area limitations at the QTH, I have had to become inventive with both the location and the content of my radio shack. Originally, it was placed in our bedroom, which is evidently not the finest locality (especially for late night/early morning DXing).
Remote Ham Radio – On the air from anywhere. Big stacks. Kilowatts of power. DX has never been closer.
Operate place with fair your web web browser – no hardware or software is required. Or, if you prefer a historical radio, use an Elecraft K3 or K3/0-Mini. You can even use your i Phone/i Pad when you are on the go.