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Interference

EEPhil

Number 28
I know line-of-sight is useful when dealing with radio waves. But I didn't know fog blocked them. :roflmao: I can't see the transmitter so my aerial can't "see" the radio waves. :whistling:
Didn't know there was any engineering work at Waltham. It's Sutton Coldfield BBCA that's vanished recently - at least here in Notts.
 

Owen Smith

Active Member
It isn't the actual fog that is the problem, but the temperature inversion that often accompanies fog. Temperature inversions affect reception regardless of whether they are associated with fog or not.
 

EEPhil

Number 28
It isn't the actual fog that is the problem, but the temperature inversion that often accompanies fog. Temperature inversions affect reception regardless of whether they are associated with fog or not.
I did read the page linked to. I was being deliberately dense.
 
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