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Published by Iliffe in London .
Written in English


  • Radio direction finders

Book details:

LC ClassificationsTK6565 D5 K4 1938
The Physical Object
Number of Pages803
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17127215M

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Wireless direction finding. London, Published for "Wireless world," by Iliffe [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ronald Keen. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: "First published as 'Direction and position finding by wireless.'" Description: xii, pages illustrations, diagrams. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Keen, Roland. Wireless direction finding. London, Iliffe & Sons Ltd., Dorset House [pref. ] (OCoLC) Wireless direction finding has a long and distinguished history going back to the very beginnings of wireless communications around the turn of the twentieth century. Many advances have been made in the field of direction finding since the early s, for the most part due to advances in technology rather than new concepts or principles. This is a great book on radio direction finding. It is a bit outdated as I first read it back in , and it was a little outdated then, but still full of great information on RDF techniques and technologies.4/4(22).

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Unless I'm very much mistaken, you can't get the direction - your antenna picks up the signal without a sense of direction. Likewise, you can't get the distance, just the signal strength, which is not the same as distance. Move in front of a wall or put a book in front of the antenna, and your strength will change significantly.   Variation in Accuracy of Wireless Fix with Relative Position of Ship and D.F. stations. increase in Accuracy of Wireless Fix due to third D.F. A Method of Plotting, at the Control Station, a Wireless Fix from three D.F. stations. Use of the Gnomonic Graticule in obtaining True Bearings of Transmitting Stations from a D.F. Pages:   W2XMN–Armstrong’s original transmitter building built in , November 6 W2XMN–Interior of building, November 6 I had the great pleasure of venturing out to Alpine, New Jersey this past Saturday. Typical range varies based upon the device and if optional direction finding antennae are used. Bluetooth devices can be detected from about 50 to feet away. Wi-Fi devices can be detected from about to feet away.