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10,1 MHz Delta-Loop Antenna

HF Antenna Section. The figures show the construction of a triangular antenna (Delta-Loop) for the 10,1 MHz band. Delta gave an average increase of 6 dB in comparison tests with a conventional Slopper dipole during QSO's with ten German stations. Fig. 1 shows the top of the mast with a lifting roller and the upper corner of the antenna web, Fig. 2 - the attachment point of the lower corner of the web through an insulator to a synthetic cable extension, Fig. 3 - scheme of the gamma matcher, Fig. 4 - Delta-Loop sketch ... >>

3V battery low indicator

Section Chargers, batteries, galvanic cells. The proposed device allows you to monitor the state of the battery and, when the voltage on it drops below 2 V, signal the need for urgent recharging. In this case, the LED starts flashing with a period of about 2 s. The indicator can also be used in other devices if it is required to control the voltage and signal its decrease below a predetermined level. It is only required to select the threshold. The battery voltage is supplied to the input of the indicator and through a non-linear voltage divider R1-VD1-VD2-VD3 to the base of the transistor VT1. Divider elements determine the threshold for the indicator ... >>

Electronic massage therapist

Section Electronics in medicine. This device (Fig. 1) is intended for massaging weakened muscles after an illness, and also serves for muscle and skin gymnastics. Transformer Tr (incandescent) - 6,3 V / 127 V. The electrodes are mounted on a plastic tube (Fig. 2). A wire is wound at its ends - without insulation (10 turns each). Two strips of metal foil are laid over the wire at a distance of 25 mm. In the process of electrification, foil plates are taken ... >>

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