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TECHNOTE No. 3
Joe Carr's Radio Tech-Notes
Connecting Your Receiver to the Antenna
Joseph J. Carr
Universal Radio, Inc. 6830 Americana Parkway Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068
Connecting Your Receiver to the Antenna Joseph J. Carr
This paper shows you how to make the connection from the antenna to your receiver. Although there may be other types of connectors than those covered, the connections discussed below represent the largest percentage. But first, let's take a look at the different types of downlead or transmission line used between radio antennas and receivers. Transmission Lines The piece of wire that runs between the antenna and the receiver is called the downlead, or the transmission line. The simplest form of downlead is a single piece of insulated #16 AWG or #14 AWG wire soldered at one end to one end of the antenna, and at the other end is fastened to the antenna input of the receiver. Other forms of transmission line are a little more complex. One popular form of transmission line is 300-ohm twin ...