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I have been confused on this subject for a long time now. I'd like to know what happens in the antenna once it picks up the desired radiowave. I read in a book that it converts it into voltage and current. But they keep referring to this current and voltage as a signal. It seems as if this signal is physically different from the current that we see in DC or AC. Also, I'd like to know how much current and voltage is generated in the antenna. Thank you for your help. I hope that someone can be able to help me with my confusion.
Re: How do receiving antennas work
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