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 We use [[en:​hardware:​antennas:​h-field|Magnetic (H-Field) antennas]] or [[en:​hardware:​antennas:​e-field|Electrical (E-Field) antennas]] or both. We use [[en:​hardware:​antennas:​h-field|Magnetic (H-Field) antennas]] or [[en:​hardware:​antennas:​e-field|Electrical (E-Field) antennas]] or both.
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 H-field antennas can be sub-divided into [[en:​hardware:​antennas:​h-field:​loop|loop antennas]] and [[en:​hardware:​antennas:​h-field:​ferrite-rod|ferrite rod antennas]]. H-field antennas can be sub-divided into [[en:​hardware:​antennas:​h-field:​loop|loop antennas]] and [[en:​hardware:​antennas:​h-field:​ferrite-rod|ferrite rod antennas]].
  
 See also [[http://​en.blitzortung.org/​Compendium/​Documentations/​Documentation_2016-05-31_Antennas.pdf|Antennas for System BLUE (Some practical examples)]]. See also [[http://​en.blitzortung.org/​Compendium/​Documentations/​Documentation_2016-05-31_Antennas.pdf|Antennas for System BLUE (Some practical examples)]].
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 +===== One or more antennas =====
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 +Your receiver works fine with either H-Field or E-Field antenna.\\
 +Both types have their advantages and disadvantages.\\
 +You can easily start with one of them, and then install the other later, or settle for one.
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