Welcome To G4TPH.com

All models now available 

There is one major change 

I will not be providing the rail connectors as part of the supplied kit. 

Prices have been adjusted accordingly 

  chances are you or a friend will be able to 3D print the connectors for you

Details of the rail connectors can be found here.


 I Have made arrangements for a

Ham to  Print and supply the rail connectors.

The contact and details are Normand Bland M0JEC

[email protected]  


G4TPH Operating

I have now improved both models with the addition of rail connectors. 

(Not supplied as part of the standard kit)

connector bolt side assembled with rail connectors


For several years now I have been developing and making small Magnetic loop antennas.

If you:

Live in an Apartment? No Garden for antennas? Operate SOTA?

Operate from a caravan? Travel a lot Etc 

Then my range of Magloop Portable Antennas might just be the solution you have been waiting for

I have 2 models that cover 40m through 10 meters  

The  model ML40MK11 Manual Tuned.

 The ML40 MK11 Remote Tune 

 Both will hand 100 watts SSB, 50 watts CW and 35 watts data modes 

  A major feature of my Magloop antennas is the ability to work the whole band without retuning. 

 Just tune for maximum noise in the middle of the band, tweak for best SWR.

You can work the whole band with a 1.5:1 SWR or better without retuning

 Both Models tune 40m through 15m with 10 Rails

(use 7 rails and you can tune 20m through 10m)

The Remote Tune Model uses a 3000 to 1 reduction drive motor for tuning 

The remote tune control requires a DC input between 6 volts to a maximum of 12 volts. .


The Remote Tuned Antenna Kit as supplied 

Remote Tune Ant Kit


             The Maual Tune Model as supplied                


 Manual tune 2






Manual Tune Model Instructions 

RemoteTune Model instructions

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