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    Originally posted by SpaxmoidJAm View Post
    it might need a lot playing to get it to work mind but that's half the fun.

    www.mini-circuits.com have a lot of RF stuff not the cheapest but they are good. I will look tomorrow to see which coupler i brought, they have a bewildering amount of stuff.
    Thanks for sharing very useful information

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    • the label on mine says zfdc-20-50-s+

      http://217.34.103.131/MCLStore/Model...32567410090003
      T-EGLF8

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      • Originally posted by SpaxmoidJAm View Post
        the label on mine says zfdc-20-50-s+

        http://217.34.103.131/MCLStore/Model...32567410090003
        Thank you very much

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        • HAS ANYONE TRIED THIS ANTENNA?

          SOURCE: http://www.qsl.net/py4zbz/adsb.htm#e

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          • Originally posted by abcd567 View Post
            NOTE: Although I have built the CoCa Cola Can with amplifier, I have not put it to actual trial run. Logically it should work ok, but to be sure, I need to test it by trial run.

            In the unlikely event that the "Antenna with Amplifier inside it" does not work properly, use the stand-alone antenna, cut the coax at a convinient location along its length (preferably close to antenna), and insert amplifier there.


            DC Power Inserter:
            Top (HF+DC) goes to amplifier/antenna
            Bottom (HF) goes to receiver
            Right (IN) goes to DC Power supply (12V to 18V DC depending on amplifier)

            I can't find this DC Power Inserter here in the US only in UK!
            Abcd567, Which one what kind of DC power inserter is the same like this one here in the US? Which one do you prefer is the best like that one to buy it here in the US?

            Thank you.
            Last edited by 747-8F; 2014-09-07, 04:20. Reason: I add some words to understand more easy.

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            • Good soldering skill !

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              F-WSSS1 - Cats refused to Pee & Pooh on RadarBox - Running a FR24 Receiver & DVB-T Dongle 24/7 to piss off The Chief Thief.

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              • Originally posted by 747-8F View Post
                I can't find this DC Power Inserter here in the US only in UK!
                Abcd567, Which one what kind of DC power inserter is the same like this one here in the US? Which one do you prefer is the best like that one to buy it here in the US?

                Thank you.
                this is a dual inserter - comes with a power transformer http://www.ebay.com/itm/321431969137

                also see ebay similar ebay items 130786182248

                http://www.amazon.com/PCT-Inserter-M...power+inserter

                http://www.amazon.com/Inserter-power...power+inserter

                It seems these may be used to get power to cable amplifiers in the USA



                Before connecting the reliever, use a voltmeter to check there is no DC voltage being delivered to the receiver connection.

                There's also direct TV SWM power inserters, but they give 21v - that is beyond the amplifier rating by 15%, hmm?

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                • Originally posted by 747-8F View Post
                  I can't find this DC Power Inserter here in the US only in UK!
                  Abcd567, Which one what kind of DC power inserter is the same like this one here in the US? Which one

                  do you prefer is the best like that one to buy it here in the US?

                  Thank you.
                  (1) Power Inserter With 15V DC Adapter & Hook up Lead.
                  ..... Complete set, ready for use. Saves botheration & cost of separately purchasing Adapter & preparing the DC Hookup Lead for connection to DC Adapter.


                  US $19.95 + $5.22 Standard Shipping

                  http://www.ebay.com/itm/Pico-Macom-P...-/221389012860


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                  You can also use these inserters:
                  IF YOU USE POWER INSERTERS SHOWN BELOW, YOU WILL ALSO NEED:
                  (a) A 120V AC to 15V DC ADAPTER TO POWER THE AMPLIFIER THROUGH THESE INSERTERS.
                  (b) A HOOK-UP LEAD TO CONNECT DC ADAPTER TO F-FEMALE TYPE DC TERMINAL ON INSERTER


                  (2) US $ 6.88+ Free Shipping:
                  http://m.ebay.com/itm/281224823197


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                  (3) US $ 3.00 + $ 2.32 Shipping
                  http://www.ebay.com/itm/Commscope-po...-/261440118825

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                  (4) US $ 6.88 +Free Shipping - DC input terminal at top is not visible in picture. Surely it is not F type. Most probably it is a socket for inserting DC barrel type pin normally available on DC adapter chords. Will save preparation of F-Connector type Hook-up lead
                  http://m.ebay.com/itm/271213268914


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                  (5) Power Inserter With DC Hook up Lead...Costlier, but saves botheration of preparing the DC Hookup Lead for connection to DC Adapter
                  US $11.99 + $7.99 Economy Shipping



                  http://www.ebay.com/itm/LNB-POWER-INSERTER-CHANNEL-MASTER-8001IFD-/190683509913


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                  Last edited by abcd567; 2014-09-16, 15:41.

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                  • Originally posted by Birdie View Post
                    Good soldering skill !

                    [ATTACH=CONFIG]4712[/ATTACH]
                    Yes, the gentleman who made this, is very skillful & crafty.
                    In addition to this one, he has also posted many other antennas on his web site, which show his skill:
                    http://www.qsl.net/py4zbz/adsb.htm.

                    This web page is in Portuguese Language. If you open it in Google Chrome Browser, the Browser will ask you if you want it to be translated in English. Say ok/yes, and the Portuguese page will be replaced by its English translation.
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                    Last edited by abcd567; 2014-09-07, 17:51.

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                    • THE COILED DIPOLE + AMPLIFIER TRIAL RUN

                      Amplifier : Location = Near Antenna; Gain = 13-18 dB

                      Cable (between antenna & Receiver): Length = 50 ft/15 m; Type = Coaxial RG6, cheap quality.

                      Duration of trial run = 2 hrs, on evening of 06 Sept 2014


                      Image 1 of 3 - Photo of the antenna & Amplifier





                      Image 2 of 3 - The VRS Range Plot - 2 hrs trial run





                      Image 3 of 3 - The Range Plot on adsbScope - 2 hrs trial run

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                      • I have posted a photo of coiled antenna in my last post. The coils are 65mm long x 6.4mm dia, about the size of a finger. Now see below the photo of another antenna coil.

                        Enormous antenna loading coil used in a powerful longwave (30-300 kHz) radiotelegraphy transmitter in New Jersey in 1912.
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                        Last edited by abcd567; 2014-09-16, 15:34.

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                        • 1.2m FRP antenna
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                          China Kunming
                          F-ZPPP1 T-ZPPP7

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                          • Originally posted by YsMilan View Post
                            1.2m FRP antenna
                            [ATTACH=CONFIG]4717[/ATTACH]
                            [ATTACH=CONFIG]4718[/ATTACH]
                            Wow! 284 nm coverage!
                            Can you please give some more details about your antenna, receiver, amplifier etc?
                            Which software you have used to plot the range?

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                            • Originally posted by abcd567 View Post
                              Wow! 284 nm coverage!
                              Can you please give some more details about your antenna, receiver, amplifier etc?
                              Which software you have used to plot the range?
                              Antenna-Custom,length1.2m,FRP material,$25,technical details are not clear, sorry
                              receiver-R820T DVB-T USB Stick
                              10m LMR400 cable
                              No amplifier.

                              Plot the range use web of Fr24 Stats,Do not use software.
                              China Kunming
                              F-ZPPP1 T-ZPPP7

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                              • Originally posted by YsMilan View Post
                                Antenna-Custom,length1.2m,FRP material,$25,technical details are not clear, sorry
                                receiver-R820T DVB-T USB Stick
                                10m LMR400 cable
                                No amplifier.

                                Plot the range use web of Fr24 Stats,Do not use software.
                                THANK YOU FOR SHARING THE INFORMATION

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