grail at goldweb.com.au
Fri Jan 11 08:41:57 EST 2002
On Friday, January 11, 2002, at 05:06 , Ben Laurie wrote:
> Errr ... surely if the output of the three antennae are combined you are
> no further forward with this proposal?
But with three antennae pointing in different directions, you would
theoretically only get interference when the source(s) of interference
are in the "field of view" of the directional antenna.
Of course, if the source of interference is particularly close (US
military radio in the same base, for example), then the directional
antennae will still pick it up.
Maybe they've got an American spy on base who's feeding information to
her handlers by radio burst every morning before everyone else gets into
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