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Antenna - Island: by John Doty

Another surprise was longwave. I'd never really heard any longwave broadcasters before. From my home in Bedford, Massachusetts I can occasionally hear a word or two in between noise bursts and beacons, but never anything listenable. However, from the island I found that I could often hear European longwave broadcasters ….

Pedersen ray propagation: by Robert Brown, NM7M

Pedersen ray propagation takes place at the transition from one ionospheric region to another, the lowest being between the top of the E-region and the bottom of the F1-region while the highest at the F2-peak which divides the bottom and topsides of the F-region.

 

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