Baluns

Balun Construction. Baluns are devices to balance unbalanced systems.

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    • Some Aspects of the Balun Problem - Why all the mystery surrounding baluns ? To use or not to use baluns
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    • Switchable Balun - A 1:1 to 4:1 switchable balun by N1LO
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    • TH6 balun replacement project - VE7AVV replace balun on a TH6 antenna
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    • The 9:1 balun  pop - Antenna special on hard-core-dx.com
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    • The Coax Balun - Building balus with coax cables
      [ Hits: 1591 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 9.00 ]
    • The DC Isolated 1:1 Guanella - The DC Isolated 1:1 Guanella, transmission line transformer by N7ZWY
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    • The Guanella Balun - An interesting article on guanella baluns that cover several aspects of homebrewing 1:1 and 4:1 current baluns by KN9B
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    • The Ugly Balun - A 1:1 choke balun for 160 thru 10 meters using one continuos lenght of coax to rig.
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    • The Ugly Balun - 5 Ugly balun project pictures by g4ztd
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    • Transformer for Ground-Independent Receiving Antennas - Transformers theory and calculator of turns on binocular cores. Comparison with toroid cores.
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    • Transmitting Baluns - One of the most popular Ham-lore rumors is a balun's performance can be tested or evaluated by grabbing the coax and watching for an SWR change. This is probably one of the worse test-rumors circulating
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    • Tuner Baluns on Input - There is a common perception that placing a balun on the input of a tuner causes the balun to work better. The thought is the balun operates with a matched impedance and that reduces balun losses. It also is thought that moving the balun improves balance.
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    • Tutorial on ferrite balun cores - Toroid cores, ferrite rods a good electrical tutorial on baluns
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    • Using Delta Matching on HF Beams - Using delta match with HF antennas design
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    • WB6ZQZ 3 in 1 Balun - Builing a triple ration balun, that match resonant antennas from 9 ohms to 75 ohms with 1.5:1 or less SWR
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    • When you need a balun - Answer to a common question, Do I have to have a balun in my antenna ?
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    • Winding style of toroid chokes and baluns - Dispels myth about choke balun winding method
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    • Wire Baluns - Baluns done with coaxial feed-cable
      [ Hits: 1567 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 10.00 ]

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    Antennas : Baluns


    Balun Construction. Baluns are devices that are used to balance unbalanced systems, from here the acronym BalUn. In antenna feed lines, the balun is often used to balance a coax cable and a dipole antenna

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