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PLANS to make homemade balums & T combiner?

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Old 04-16-2018, 07:45 AM   #1
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Default PLANS to make homemade balums & T combiner?

Is it possible to make a very very good balum better than anything a person can buy?

If so what are the PLANS and circuit drawing?

What about a T combiner circuit too?
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Old 04-16-2018, 03:41 PM   #2
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I just read how too make a 4.1 balun. or you can make one out of the feed line
Of RG6.Go on the web how too make a Balun for 75 oHM-30OHM.
Or go too AVs Form.com can we pleas discuss baluns.
Good luck have a good day!!!!Gary350 go too www.edaboard.com
Can I make a 1.1balun with coaxial cable. OR
e ham.net.com,how a 1:4Guanella-balun(current-Balun) operates.
This is what I have seen I trust my ham guys.73

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