“Jarrad VK3BL reviews Palstar’s AT2KD and talks about the advantages of having a large, high powered tuner even if you only run barefoot. Additionally, Jarrad demonstrates on multiple bands how to find a match for your antenna, even if you have never tuned that antenna before or have any reference points to start from. We hope you enjoy the review of Palstar, the overview of antenna tuner principles, and the full demonstration of how to find a match from scratch! 73, Jarrad VK3BL 🙂 ”
The Palstar AT2KD antenna tuner covers 6 to 160 Meters with a power rating of up to 2000 watts PEP and is identical in all respects to the AT2K except instead of three controls, the tuner features just two to tune your antenna.
The AT2KD matches dipoles, center fed doublets, Verticals, end-fed wire, delta loops, beams, Windoms, Inverted V’s and an optional external 4:1 or 1:1 current balun for balanced wire feeders can be purchased during check-out.
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