On Thu, May 24, 2001 at 01:31:16PM +0100, Peter Dempsey wrote:
> o Those anti-theft devices they use in clothes/book shops contain a tuned
> circuit. The detector works like a dip meter. The presence of a tuned
> circuit near the detector places a load on the generated signal.
This is absolutely the best one yet. A zero power, tiny size device on your
person. All Kenn needs now is one of those big pedestal antennas and the
hard neck to convince Yang that yes, this is typical Irish home furniture.
Oh, and always to enter/leave by the same door (don't matter much which, but
if you come in the back door, you'd better leave the same way (or else get a
pedestal for the back door too).
Oh, and I just thought, better remember not to go too near the pedestal(s)
as you normally walk about the house. Of course you could solve a couple of
those problems by mounting the pedestal near your front gate . . . .
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