AudiophileTubes: Alex, is this antenna a lot more efficient (better TX and RX) on 10m as
opposed to lower frequency bands? Thank you.
AudiophileTubes: Also, will it play on 6m?
Jayesh Banatwala: thanks for the info , 73
kc9kuh: how much are they looks nice
Radionut R: What a great looking antenna! The big question is what does it COST?
alexgrim2000: @radiobigman47 Hi, send me an e-mail and I will give all the informations
you need. You can check my website, I have thete my first model the
AlexLoop SML 7-30 sold in kit form. My website is alexloop.com Thank you
very much. PY1AHD ALEX
alexgrim2000: @bbillp Thank you very much Bill. Please I would like to know what is the
link to acess the video at Dayton. Thank you very much. PY1AHD ALEX
bbillp: Brilliant Alex. I saw another video of you at the Dayton Hamfest with this
antenna, it look like excellent quality and is strong enough to survive
long walks for /PM. Interference rejection and small size should make for
an excellent antenna. Maybe in the future there could be a 80/60/40 meter
version. Good luck .... Bill K6ACJ Southern California
Alexandre Grimberg: All my pleasure Jayesh. PY1AHD ALEX
alexgrim2000: @aa5tb Thank you very much Steve. You are one of my professors. PY1AHD ALEX
sneakerset: Nice(and compact) 40-10 meter coax mag-loop,Alex. The fold-up
storage/transport is a plus for mobile QRP. Thanks for the video...
Alexandre Grimberg: The AlexLoop Walkham will work from 7 MHz to 30 MHz. The maximum recomended
power is 20 Watts SSB - 10 Watts AM/FM It will not work on the 6 meters
band. There is a 6 meters band Small Magnetic Loop that can be easely
homebrewed on my webpage ~ search for AlexLoop. 73s PY1AHD ALEX
Steve Yates: Good job Alex! 73, Steve - AA5TB
5p1cc: Excellent design for a portable loop :-)
mm081258: Werry nice antanna..how do I get one dish .. And how much does it cost