The winter storm that brought hazardous conditions across the northeastern U.S. is still leaving difficult conditions and continues to affect shipping operations.
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C. Crane has narrowed AM Reception issues down to two basic ideas:
Starting with these two simple principles, you can go a long way toward improving your AM reception without having to spend a lot of money or time.
Let's take a look at the first truth of AM reception - a good antenna. Outside of a few select radios engineered with AM radio listeners in mind (such as the CCRadio-2E, the CCRadio-SW, and the CCradio-EP), most radios treat AM reception like an afterthought. Many radio manufacturers have relegated AM radio to the past, to the days before FM, and they aren't fully aware of AM's continued popularity across the country. The consequence of this move away from AM is that many radios just don't have very good AM antennas built into them. That means it's up to you to find a suitable AM antenna. More on this in a moment, first let's look at basic idea of number 2.