Free ham radio utilities written in LabVIEW includes Open Wire Calculator, Dipole Peak/Null Angle Calculator, a Coil-Shortened Antenna Calculator ad interesting Round Coil Inductance Calculator and a Skyloop Antenna Calculator
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