[MLB-WIRELESS] Directionality...

Gustaf Bjorksten foobard at gmail.com
Mon Aug 7 13:21:19 EST 2006

> >* Loop antenna (i suspect this won't work effectively as a DF
> >antenna at such high frequencies, but i need to explore this further ;)
> A gridpack dish, Yagi or other high gain directional antenna will do
> better.  Most foxhunters use Yagis down to 144 MHz.

The problem with directional antennas is that you have to be pointing it in
the "right" direction to get an indication of the direction of the source.
Antenna arrays and loop antennas give you an indication of direction without
you having to move, or (more importantly in my application) /despite/ your

Hence further research being required :)

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