[time-nuts] Mertic for Comparing WWVB Loop Antennas?
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Wed Oct 13 22:26:10 UTC 2010
I suspect you will find that the winding technique does indeed matter in terms of how a good an antenna you get. There's more to it than coil Q.
On Oct 13, 2010, at 3:38 PM, Brooke Clarke wrote:
> I've wound a ferrite loop antenna tuned for WWVB based on the Russian ferrite rods and it's much longer than the stock antenna that comes with the C-Max WWVB receiver. I could just replace the old antenna with the new one, but would rather come up with some way to characterize the relative performance of them. One way might be to count the transitions on the output of the C-Max chip for one minute. Any thoughts?
> Have Fun,
> Brooke Clarke
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