- Jul 23, 2010
because in the RF world, one reciever ABSOLUTELY can effect another. i see it everyday. think rabbit ears.
I don't really understand... The regression or gain of signal of the rabbit ear antenea are effected by physically changing the shape/size/material, but unless you are impaling your phone onto the antennas of the plane, i don't see how your example fits... If I put two radios next to each other, they will receive the same signal strength as if only one is present, until I start physically playing with them and thus become part of the antenna myself...
I would love to know more though if you have examples/links to info of how proximity effects receivers, besides the obvious barrier blockage, because my experience is not on the receiver side of the signal.
And I have you beat by a few ears, so no grandpa jokes toward me either..