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Antennas : Antenna Calculators
- The Antenna Torque Calculator
- This unique online tool helps Ham Radio operators to choose the right rotator for medium and large HF antenna systems. The algorithm implemented in this calculator is the result of 40 years of experience in the HF Antenna sector. Given the Wind Speed, the total antenna square area, and the boom length, it will return the calculated torque value.
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- Interactive Ham Radio Locator Map
- This grid locator map uses Google map apis to find your QTH locator by simply clicking on the map. You can either enter your QTH locator and find the calculated distance and bearing between your QTH and another grid square.
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- Interactive Maidenhead Grid Square Locator Map
- Amateur Radio Ham Radio Maidenhead Grid Square Locator Map online.
This map allow just a point and click to determine dynamically the correct six characters locator.
Other functions allow to calculate the distances among two given locators, or coordinates. Hover over map, specify grid, or enter latitude and longitude to show grid and/or calculate distance. Map is powered by Bing Maps.
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- Coil Inductance and Q Calculator
- Calculates inductance and Q for single-layer coils made of solid or Litz wire. Uses U.S. or metric dimensions. Can automatically maximize Q. Includes accuracy data. Runs in Windows.
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- Free ham radio utilities written in LabVIEW
- 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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- Coax Loss Calculator Online by K5VR
This complex feddline loss calculator has already several line types paramenters for most common coaxial cables from Belden, Time LMR, Wireman and other common products. Result will give Matches loss, SWR loss, dB and Watts power loss.
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