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Build a Small Powerful Dummy Load

Build a Small Powerful Dummy Load

By Richard Gillette    View In Digital Edition  


A dummy load is a resistor used to load any radio frequency generator/amplifier to simulate an antenna for testing purposes. It’s used to allow full power output while testing or experimenting without radiating a radio frequency signal. Here’s one you can build for less than $5.

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