Dip meter: In the vacuum-tube era (also known as my
youth) dip meters were called ‘grid
and were considered a useful if not essential part of the radio
toolkit. Now it is hard to think of a persuasive argument
for owning one, which may explain the paucity of choices available to
purchase. Other instruments, such as an antenna analyzer, LCR
meter, oscilloscope and function generator, frequency counter or meter,
etc. serve as well or are superior in many situations.
out the MFJ-201
dip meter: dip_meter_test.mp4
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