Remote Magnetic Loop Tuner Introduced

PRESS RELEASE    May 27, 2018

For immediate release

Aurora, Oregon: preciseRF, maker of the popular preciseLOOP antenna and ham radio test and measurement instruments, announced today the introduction of the long sought after HG-1 Remote Tuner. Said Roger M. Stenbock, W1RMS, “This product was rumored to be in the works for quite a while and in high demand.  We wanted to get it right and be especially useful for tuning the very narrow resonant magnetic loop antenna. It is in fact now a reality.” Production started in early May. We are pleased to announce the introduction of the new HG-1 Remote Loop Tuner at the annual SeaPac ham radio gathering in Seaside, Oregon.  We will have a number of units available for sale at the show. The new HG-1 Remote Loop Tuner is a compact, easy-to-use remote tuner for a Magnetic Loop Antenna (MLA). It is designed specifically as a retrofit for the popular preciseRF HG-1 MLA. It may be possible to adapt it to other MLA antennas with similar drives (there is no standard).  Now you can place your HG-1 Magnetic Loop at a remote location, such as the top of your RV, away from obstructions, for better radiation efficiency and less interference.

editorial contact: Roger Stenbock


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