Interference

#2
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.
 
#3
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.
 
#5
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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