Why aren't "ghosts" and intersymbol interference due to unmatched impedance (high SWR) a concern for HF receivers?
Does a halfwave (or multiple) length of coax duplicate the load impedance of one end at the other end?
Exactly why do some SWR meters give a changing reading depending on the length of coax used to connect to an antenna?
If receive performance doesn't depend on SWR, then how can I tune my manual HF antenna tuner by band noise?
Is there a proper way to connect multiple radios via coaxial cable so they can be tested without going over the air?
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