am loop antenna
- Hi, I am looking for an effective antenna to use that will pull in
local AM stations more clearly, about all I hear on AM now is static.
Do loop antennas work for FM stations? I would like better FM
Any antenna has to pass WAF (wife acceptance factor)so smaller is
better, no 4,5 or 6 foot antennas please.
Would a 8 inch or longer ferrite bar provide better reception?
Forgive all the newbie questions, just getting into a nice componet
stereo system, but have already learned that even a good vintage tuner
(Sansui TU 717)cann't pull in stations without a decent antenna. Most
of the mass produced antennas I have investigated either don't seem to
work or cost an arm and a leg.
Any suggestions greatly appreciated.
PS I live in a valley surrounded by hills in Petaluma, Ca.
- frederick1444 schreef:
> Hi, I am looking for an effective antenna to use that will pull inhttp://amradioantennas.com/
> local AM stations more clearly, about all I hear on AM now is static.
> Do loop antennas work for FM stations? I would like better FM
> reception too.
about 40 cm dia.
I have made FM loop with dia 86cm, good directivity.
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