$38.00

MT-106 High impedance transformer
[MT-106]

High Impedance Transformer for Ham, Short-Wave, experimenter. Model MT-106  ( SO-239, BNC ) including a ground for beverage or static discharge

If no mention I will send SO-239, if BNC  is required please specify.

Useful for long wire, end fed, beverage antenna.

This transformer is used for matching the impedance of a long wire HF antenna (High Impedance 500 ohms) (10:1) to a 50 ohm input impedance of download coaxial cable (RG-58/ 8 / 213). This cable entering the house, remove all electrical noise made from dimmer, new light and all man made noise. Can be useful when used with long wire 30-100 foot. Such impedance matching usually results in significant signal strength, increase up to 16dB in some cases, compared to the long wire antenna connected directly to the antenna input of the receiver.

Can be used for receive and transmit up to 10 watts SSB

Eyelet is in stainless steel for heavy duty use; all internal connection is soldered for static noise free.

The transformer is made of AWG #22 magnet wire winded over iron toroid core (.570” OD core) and using a silver plated SO-239 connector.

Shortwave Broadcast Bands: AM (.5-1.6 MHz), 120 MTRS (2.300-2.495 MHz), 90 MTRS (3.200-3.400 MHz), 75 MTRS (3.900-4.000 MHz), 60 MTRS (4.750-5.060 MHz), 49 MTRS (5.900-6.200 MHz), 41 MTRS (7.100-7.350 MHz), 31 MTRS (9.400-9.900 MHz), 25 MTRS (11.600-12.100 MHz), 22 MTRS (13.570-13.870 MHz), 19 MTRS (15.100-15.800 MHz), 16 MTRS (17.480-17.900 MHz), 15 MTRS (18.900-19.020 MHz), 13 MTRS (21.450-21.850 MHz), 11 MTRS (25.670-26.100 MHz).

Amateur Radio Bands 160 MTRS (1.800-2.000 MHz), 80 MTRS (3.500-3.600 MHz), 60 MTRS (5.332-5.405 MHz), 40 MTRS (7.000-7.125 MHz), 30 MTRS (10.100-10.150 MHz), 20 MTRS (14.000-14.150 MHz), 17 MTRS (18068-18110 MHz), 15 MTRS (21.000-21.200MHz), 12 MTRS (24890-24.930 MHz), 10 MTRS (28.000-28.300MHz).

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