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Old 24th Mar 2024, 10:24 am   #1
vinrads
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Default Wellbeck loop.

I found when using the aerial on some old TRF sets the coax tended to damp the aerial stage I now use a 500pf tuning cap in series this tends to act as a tuning capacitor on some sets but does improve the signal, ps it also works on a multi valve superhet set . Mick.
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