Antenna Balun and UnunBalun Construction. Baluns are devices to balance unbalanced systems.
- 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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- 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 and Where to Use Baluns
- Baluns are usually used by Hams to feed dipole antennas with 50 ohm coax and to transpose from ladder line feeding a multi-band antenna to the unbalanced input of an antenna tuner.
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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
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Antennas : Antenna Balun and Unun
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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