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RADIO RECEPTION GUIDE - Good radio reception is dependent on signal strength and the type of radio receiver and antenna used by the listener. Signal strength can vary greatly with the distance from the radio transmitter and in different environments such as built up, wooded or hilly areas.
Reception quality changes significantly between small portable radios and high fidelity tuner and speaker systems.
The radio antenna is the most important factor in achieving good reception. Many radio reception difficulties are caused by deficiencies in the radio or antenna installation. Interference or obstruction of a radio signal to the antenna should be kept to a minimum. The antenna should be placed away from electrical devices such as computers, refrigerators, power tools or wiring. The antenna should point in the direction of the transmitter and be positioned to minimise the effect of obstructions such as trees and buildings.
For the best possible reception, particularly for FM radio, your antenna should be mounted outside and look similar to a TV antenna.

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