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Willis Asher
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Hello everyone....
It's been a while since the old page has been updated.
Thought I would make a few changes and see if any of
you fine folks would come back and visit with me again.
Happy DX'ing to all of you and 73
- - Willis (ad4dx)

 
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There is nothing magic...
about a resonant antenna, other than the fact that it's impedance is purely resistive. This makes it a good match for coaxial cable and with a resistance suited for a modern transmitter. But thats it. There is no other magic to a resonant antenna. Just use your antenna tuner with your antenna on any frequency of your choice. You'll get out just fine!

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Now a word about Ol' Morse...
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Morse lives on. Hams are keeping it alive for the sheer joy of the art. The owners of many a cargo ship still find it cheaper to pay a Morse operator than install expensive and quirky satellite gear. The robust clarity of Morse has found it a spot in some surprisingly high-tech applications, such as moonbounce, for instance, in which experimenters bounce very-high-frequency signals off the moon. And itís not widely known, but tucked discreetly into the shining digital control panels of the ultra-high-frequency radio used aboard U.S. space shuttles is a tiny, collapsible telegraph key, just in case....

 
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