PRESS RELEASE – May 21, 2019
Aurora, Oregon: PreciseRF, announced today the introduction of the new HG-1 WR (water resistant) remotely tuned Magnetic Loop Antenna (MLA) intended for outdoor deployment and the companion AR-1 antenna rotator. Also introduced are a number of MLA accessories. All these new products will be available at the SeaPac ham radio gathering in Seaside, Oregon. SEA-PAC 2019 is May 31, June 1-2 2019. For all the new product details click on the Catalog.
Said Roger Stenbock – W1RMS “The Magnetic Loop Antenna (MLA) is well known for its superior selectivity, low noise and high directivity. Proper design plays a big part in this. To make this a reality, beta testing has been underway since October 2018. Our dedicated team has been diligently working on these new products for the past year”.
We’ve received a ton of interest from our customers and are very excited to finally deliver these new products, which represent a significant advance in the evolution of practical Magnetic Loop Antennas. For detailed descriptions and prices click on the links below:
- HG-1 WR MLA
- HG-1 WR/AR1 Deluxe MLA
- HG-1 WR Remote MLA Tuner
- AR-1 Remote MLA Rotater
- HG-1 WR/AR1 Remote Package
- MLT-1 MLA Antenna Tuner
- Variable 60-80 Resonator
- DPM6000A Precision Power Meter
Field Day Sale 10% off on all New Antenna Products (ends June 30, 2019)
Also introduced is the DPM6000A. It is a major upgrade with a more accurate source impedance circuit for the power reference to our popular lab-quality power meter. Said Stenbock “With the new DPM6000A any ham or learning institution can now afford a 80 dB dynamic range, highly accurate lab quality power meter for design and home brewing”. While not an antenna product, it is useful for SWR, impedance and QRP measurements, for dedicated antenna experimenters, enthusiasts and home-brew measurement applications.
Please note: While we can take orders immediately, because of the Sea-Pac convention, we will not be able to ship any products until after the convention.
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