In article <dvu5rn$ol4$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Jan Panteltje <pNaonStpealmtje@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
> Steve, for very low radio frequencies it is possible to make a
> director reflector yagi type dipole in space, but these have rather
> low rejection for signals from 'behind' and sides.
That's a problem, but there are a variety of solutions other than
putting the antennas on the lunar farside. The best (or cheapest)
solution isn't clear, which is why I mentioned an engineering study.
Steve Willner Phone 617-495-7123 swillner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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