HAM SHACK BLING
Radios are just a part of the machine that keeps your shack transmitting and recieving. There are many accessories and odd parts required for the complete shack. This section is dedicated to the not so glamorous but still essential electronics that make our radios "all they can be".
Do you have RF "hot spots" that cause problems you when you transmit? Do you have RF feedback that causes your rig to quit working on some bands? Do you have TVI/RFI issues with your neighbors? Do you get weak signal reports because of extreme ground losses or radiation pattern distortion? These problems could be caused by poor RF grounding, especially if your rig is on a second floor with no ground at all.
Even if you have a good ground, a long connection
wire can ruin its effectiveness by isolating a true RF ground from your rig.
The MFJ-931 creates an artificial RF ground. It resonates a random length of wire thrown along the floor and produces a tuned counterpoise. This ground effectively places your rig near actual earth ground potential even if your rig is on the second floor or higher with no earth ground possible. The MFJ-931 electrically places a far away RF ground directly at your rig, no matter how far away it is. It reduces the electrical length of the ground connection wire to virtually zero by tuning out its reactance.
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