We offer a variety of Amateur Radio goodies for not only the Shack, but a range of outdoor/portable kit, as well. A number of products are made in our workshop and 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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Clean up your Shack! The 31-mix "Problem-Solver" makes a great mains filter for taming household "crud" as well as an ad-hoc RF choke on coaxial cables for your portable kit. Check out the product page for details on how to use this as an effective mains filter for your Shack.
Portable? Our Dipole Centre kit is just £5 at the moment. It's designed to allow coax or ladder-line to connect to your aerial wires keeping things light when at the top of a telescopic fibreglass pole.
Our Slim-Jim kit is a great way to get into yourself onto the 2m band: It's a great performer whether in the loft or up a pole. The kit includes a 3-page instruction guide making it an ideal first project.
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 1:1 Choke/Balun. If you're running high power or require something for use below 14MHz, our 400w Doublet/G5RV Choke is ideal.
If you'd prefer to make your own - 8 turns of coax on an FT240-31 ferrite are OK for most Balun/Choke situations, but see the chart on our Ferrites page for further details. We also stock the "flat core" ferrite for making patch-leads as featured in the GM3SEK "In Practice" series.
Radio Programming - Grab our FREE UK Repeater (and EchoLink) CSV file for CHIRP which you can use as a starting block to load memories into most VHF+UHF radios.