Detuning unwanted reradiators 

Like mushrooms after a heavy rain, unwanted reradiators sometimes appear almost overnight in the near field of AM antennas.

Antenna basics 

The author Gertrude Stein once said a rose is a rose, is a rose is a rose. Maybe an antenna is an antenna, is an antenna also applies, but an AM antenna

Parasitic radiators 

A look at the theory of controlled parasitic reradiators and possible directional arrays using parasitic elements.

The self-resonant folded unipole antenna: Measured Results 

An article in the October 1999 issue of BE Radio described the design of the self-resonant antenna for use with medium-wave or long-wave broadcasting.

Parasitic radiators 

A radio engineer's definition of a parasite might be something that obtains its power from another's energy. In other areas of broadcast engineering it

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