We offer a variety of Amateur Radio goodies for not only the Shack, but also a range of outdoor/portable kit. Our Baluns are made by us in our workshop and therefore we take pride in using not only the best quality materials - but also the right materials. See About Us for more details.
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Are you ready for /P? It looks like portable operating will be happening this summer - so make sure your aerial bits are sorted! Our choice of standard or large wire-winders take care of storing those dipoles. Grab a Dipole Centre Kit and some Velcro Cable Ties to complete the ensemble. We love a 2m Slim-Jim when visiting our local SOTA summit - our kit includes all the bits (just add the coax feeder), is easy to make and comes with full instructions.
We've a new 9:1 UnUn which is great for use with "random" lengths of wire that typically present a high impedance so this box can bring it down to a range acceptable to your transceiver or its internal ATU.
Baluns and Ferrites : It's good practice to fit a BAL(anced) to UN(balanced) transformer where feeder meets aerial (or a different feeder). For most Dipole/Doublet/G5RV installations up to 100w, we suggest this lightweight 1:1 Choke/Balun. Making your own? - 8 turns of coax on an FT240-31 ferrite is OK for most Balun/Choke situations, but see the chart on our Ferrites page for further details.
If there's something strange, on your waterfall... There's a chance that our 31-mix "Problem-Solver" can tame some of the electrical "crud" coming through the house wiring. It can also be used as an RF choke on coaxial cables. This item is a great way to test your coax and/or mains leads before committing to a permanent fix.
Got a New Radio? : Grab our FREE UK Repeater (and EchoLink) CSV file for CHIRP which you can use as a starting block to load memories into your radio.