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MFJ Dip Meter Adapter Kits MFJ-66

Dip Meter Adapter Kit, Two Coupling Coils, UHF To RCA Female Adapter, Kit

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Brand: MFJ
Manufacturer's Part Number: MFJ-66
DXE Part Number: MFJ-66

Antenna Analyzer Accessory Type: Coupling coil
Quantity: Sold as a kit.

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Fits Antenna Analyzer Model

MFJ dip meter adapter kits consist of two coupling coils and a UHF male to RCA female adapters. The larger probe coil covers 1.8 through 50 MHz and offers maximum sensitivity in the 10 to 20 MHz range. The smaller probe coil covers 20 through 175 MHz and offers maximum sensitivity in the 100 to 150 MHz range. The MFJ-66 kits are designed to adapt an SWR analyzer to work as a dip meter. Your SWR analyzer contains an internal bandswitched oscillator circuit. The oscillator is buffered to increase the signal level and prevent the load from affecting the oscillators' frequency. The high level RF output covers all ham bands below 170 MHz and is available on the antenna jack.

Adding this kit to an antenna analyzer will allow you to:

* Find the resonant frequency of a tuned circuit
* Measure coefficient of coupling two resonant circuits
* Measure coefficient of coupling loosely coupled coils
* Measure mutual inductance for two loosely coupled coils
* Measure the Q of a coil


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