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[Local QRM/noise reduction] [Very small vertical magnetic loop]

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The very small vertical magnetic loop

 

In free space

 

A magnetic loop is called small when the circumference is smaller than 0.1*l.

In that case the polarization in the far field is well known (picture tnx PA3HCD):

 

 

Take a good look at the polarization of the far field in each plane. In the YZ-plane it is pure horizontal and in the XY-plane pure vertical polarised. Depending on definition, in the XZ-plane it is also called vertical. On the Y-axis the field is zero !

 

In free space the very small loop shows a donut shaped field. In every plane with the Y-axis, so also the YZ-plane and YX-plane, the radiation pattern looks like an eight:

 

Important for QRM reduction is the nulling feature:

 

 

Last update: September 24, 2006

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