At 20:02 04/10/01 Thursday, Wolf wrote:|
if the car had a ferrite antenna like many of the old tabletop radios,
things would be very different.
Yes. We found many years ago that ferrite loops worked fine under bridges
etc with the Loran-C system. They are also much better in
high electrostatic fields i.e. thunderstorms.The problem is they are
directional so you have to have two crossed loops with phase
matching. I have such an antenna on my car now for
picking up the 300 kHz DGPS transmitters.