Minimum distance between H and F antennas
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Good evening, I contact you because I want to know what is the minimum distance between the antennas H and F.
Thanks in advance.
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Francesco
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(2017-03-05, 20:40)ohifra Wrote: Good evening, I contact you because I want to know what is the minimum distance between the antennas H and F.
Thanks in advance.
Greetings
Francesco

The E probe should be outside, ,pimted verticaly, at leat a half-meter away from any metal pole mount... as far from any noise sources, buildings, and obstacles as possible,at least two-three meters above ground, and not grounded to anything... other than that, put your H anywhere away from noise sources.
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(2017-03-05, 21:23)Cutty Wrote:
(2017-03-05, 20:40)ohifra Wrote: Good evening, I contact you because I want to know what is the minimum distance between the antennas H and F.
Thanks in advance.
Greetings
Francesco

The E probe should be outside, ,pimted verticaly, at leat a half-meter away from any metal pole mount... as far from any noise sources, buildings, and obstacles as possible,at least two-three meters above ground, and not grounded to anything... other than that, put your H anywhere away from noise sources.

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