Where are LDG tuners made?

Where are LDG tuners made?

Based in St Leonard, Maryland,USA, LDG Electronics manufactures automatic antenna tuners, baluns, Co-Ax Switches, specialty items, analog meters and interface cables for Amateur Radio.

Where is LDG Electronics located?

Ship it to LDG Electronics, 1445 Parran Rd. St. Leonard, MD 20685.

Do antenna tuners improve reception?

Member. Your right, an antenna tuner WILL help you on receive. The radio is going to work better receiving off a 50 ohm in feed. In fact, most guys with antenna tuners will use the noise floor or a received signal to begin tuning their antenna tuner.

Is an antenna tuner worth it?

Antenna tuners are valuable tools for many applications, but if you’re looking for a well-matched antenna system, there are other choices that may better suit your needs. One option is to build a resonant antenna to match the frequencies you plan to use.

Why choose LDG tuners?

Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. LDG’s products offer a non-pro-rated Full Two Year Transferable Warranty. Free return shipping on all warranty repairs. LDG desktop tuners are perfect for your home shack, but can also be used portable or mobile if the need arises.

Is the LDG z-11proii a good tuner?

The LDG Z-11ProII is a small, low-cost automatic tuner suitable for any amateur purpose, whether base, mobile or portable. It handles up to 125 watts SSB or 30 watts Digital, but requires only 0.1 watts to tune, making it ideal for QRP operation.

What are LDG’s “zero power” tuners?

LDG’s “zero power” tuners use only microwatts of DC power in standby, making them ideal for portable or mobile use. They can easily be powered by batteries, and are compact and lightweight. You can easily use them in you Go-Box, or backpack portable. MORE LDG’s remote tuners are designed for installation at or near the antenna feedpoint.

What is LDG advanced memory tuning and how does it work?

It also features LDGs advanced memory tuning, providing 2,000 memory locations; when tuning near a previously used frequency it will recall the settings for nearly instant tuning. It learns your favorite frequencies and bands as you use it.