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Re: LF: Effective antenna height?

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Subject: Re: LF: Effective antenna height?
From: DK1IS <[email protected]>
Date: Sat, 23 Sep 2017 18:02:05 +0200
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Am 23.09.2017 um 17:25 schrieb Clemens Paul:
Hi Claudio and VLFers,

But the VLF bible in my opinion is this book, with wires
capacity formulas and tables:
Arthur D. Watt, VLF Radio Engineering, Pegamon Press 1967
Also this book is downloadable:
I've just verified that the link is still valid and working.


Hi Clemens,

yes, it really works! Thank you for the link, Clemens - I have a 20 years old pirate paper copy of this wonderful book indeed but in a pdf-file it´s much easier to retrieve any special items! By the way: Watt´s formulars match very good with the reality of my Marconi-T, 13 m up with a topload of 4 wires, 33 m long and spaced 1 m, see
Tom, DK1IS

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