[ntp:questions] gude.info

Towli towli at oldboyz.dk
Mon Mar 23 23:05:01 UTC 2009

"Richard B. Gilbert" <rgilbert88 at comcast.net> skrev i meddelelsen 
news:1bqdncbsf8dQjFXUnZ2dnUVZ_h0LAAAA at giganews.com...
> David Woolley wrote:
>> Richard B. Gilbert wrote:
>>> A VLF receiver usually requires a large antenna.  If you have the space 
>>> to install one, it might solve your problem also.
>> There are millions of VLF time receivers only using ferrite rods; many of 
>> those use ferrite rods that fit within the size of a normal wristwatch.
> The OP complained of poor signal.  One of the usual remedies is a better 
> antenna.
> Thanks BTW, for trimming the context!

I was unclear. The signal is poor, due to a lot of distortion from the 
surroundings i bellieve...
We are <1000 km from Frankfurt so the signal itself is supposed to be ok 
(with a clear view south).


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