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LF: RE: Re. LF noise

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Subject: LF: RE: Re. LF noise
From: "Andy talbot" <[email protected]>
Date: Thu, 9 Jan 2003 16:17:35 -0000
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A small horizontal loop cannot generate vertical polarisation though, so presumably it just radiates vertically upwards, in which case what does the polarisation come down as after reflection ? Will it be arbitrary ?
Andy  G4JNT

-----Original Message-----
From:   Laurie Mayhead [SMTP:[email protected]]
Sent:   2003/01/09 13:23
To:     [email protected]
Subject:        LF: Re. LF noise

Hi Walter,
Perhaps the reason why "noise"is vertically polarised is that noise sources
are close to ground,even at HF.
Hence ground losses inhibit the establishment of horizontal
polarisation.This is more so the lower the frequency, at LF it is impossible
to generate Horiz. polarisation using reasonable heights.I know of no LF
antenna that can produce horiz. polarisation.Perhaps the story is different
73 Laurie G3AQC

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