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Re: Indoor Antennas



Yes,

     I think you modulate the cathode current and can get it to FM a little,
73 magazine had an article

Joe

> Has anyone figured out a modulation scheme for old microvave ovens???
>
> If I pry the door off and jumper out the safety catches...can I place a
small
> dish inside the oven and mount it on the tower so there is no feedline
loss?
> Or is the existing cavity optimized at frequency?
>
> Has anyone had experience running 120vac up the shielded lead...I could
use
> my microphone cable since I would not have any coax....
>
> Of course wind loading and rotation might be prohibitive...
>
>
> Roger
> WA1KAT
> (My first VHF Radio was a SCR-522)

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