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Moonraker Ltd Whizz Loops are compact QRP portable loops that are perfect for attaching directly to your ft-817 or other QRP transceiver.

These nifty, small magnetic loops were designed to be an easy to use, instant portable HF antenna solution for stations not exceeding 10 watts in any mode. They attach to an SO-239 and become part of your transceiver. Loop tuning is easily achieved with their built-in tuning circuit.

Available in two versions; order our part number MKR-13-427 to cover 20-6 meters, or the MKR-13-428 to cover 40 through 10 meters. These loops are only 40cm in diameter; that’s about 15.75 in. across!

If you are seeking the tiniest and lightest QRP magnetic loops available, then take a look at one of these Moonraker Ltd Whizz Loops!

Antenna, Whizz Loop V2, QRP, 40-10M, 10W Max AM/CW/SSB, 40 cm/15.75 in. Diameter, PL-259, Each

Specification
 TX: 7-30 MHz
 Power: 10W Max AM/CW/SSB
 Width: 40cm
 Connection: PL259
Instillation Instructions
 Simply open the supplied copper loop and attach one end to each of the terminals on the
Whizz Loop
 Then connect the Whizz Loop directly to your transceiver or other mounting method you
may chose to use
 Set the desired band on your transceiver to match that of the Whizz Loop and you are
ready to play

$104.95 – https://www.dxengineering.com

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Dave, M0OGY, has posted a photo of himself holding two radios from Mooraker. The Minor II and the Major 42 handheld.

Dave tells me that he will be reviewing these radios soon, so look out for videos on his YouTube channel.


The Moonraker Minor II is priced at around £49



The Moonraker Major 42 Handheld is priced at around £79
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With all the recent talk about the new TYT MD-2017 dual band DMR handheld and some complaining that the radio may only be supplied by a limited number of ‘chosen’ retailers it would appear that the radio will indeed be available from other suppliers but found under different brand names. 

Moonraker are now taking orders for what appears to be exactly the same radio but being marketed as the Moonraker HT-500D.



So if you fancy the Moonraker version take a look here: CLICK

Or you may fancy the original TYT branded version from (hamdmr.co.uk) here: CLICK 
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