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Old May 18th 05, 07:17 PM
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Old May 18th 05, 07:55 PM
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Ariceibo?
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Chris didn't write:
Biggest antenna ever constructed?


Maybe http://www.naic.edu/public/the_telescope.htm ?

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Old May 18th 05, 08:24 PM
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Fabian Kurz wrote:

Chris didn't write:

Biggest antenna ever constructed?



Maybe http://www.naic.edu/public/the_telescope.htm ?


Or maybe this one:

http://www.haarp.alaska.edu/

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As a single antenna, probably.

But as an 'effective' antenna what about that line of dishes on tracks
near Cambridge that ISTR is equivalent to a dish 3 miles across!


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In article ,
harrogate2 wrote:

Ariceibo?


As a single antenna, probably.

But as an 'effective' antenna what about that line of dishes on tracks
near Cambridge that ISTR is equivalent to a dish 3 miles across!


Even bigger-effective-aperture telescope systems use very-long-
baseline interferometry to combine the signals from multiple receivers
spread out all across the planet, and even on satellites. There are
some VLBI systems using satellites in earth orbit, and I believe that
there are plans (or even systems in existence) which use satellites in
solar orbit.

The angular resolution you can get from these systems is sorta scary.

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Old May 18th 05, 09:06 PM
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If you exclude various multi dish arrays then the biggest is Arecibo radio
telescope in Puerto Rico.


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As a single antenna, probably.


Arecibo remains the largest fixed antenna.
The largest steerable is DSN... 70 m
ham : probably the low band beam used by JARL ?

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But as an 'effective' antenna what about that line of dishes on tracks
near Cambridge that ISTR is equivalent to a dish 3 miles across!


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The Moon

Amateurs use it frequently as a passive reflector

Constructed about 4.5 billion years ago

Builder GØD

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Caveat Lector wrote:

The Moon

Amateurs use it frequently as a passive reflector

Constructed about 4.5 billion years ago

Builder GØD


God must have missed a design principle in electromagnetics. The moon is
a convex surface more suited to scattering than concave which is more
suited to focusing ... or is it the other way around?



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