### How practicle is this antenna

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The US navy long proposed the construction of extremely low frequency (ELF WAVES) communications systems. such waves could penetrate the ocens to reach distant submarines. calculate the length of a querter wavelength antenna for a transmitter generating ELF waves of frequency 75 Hz. how practicle is this antenna?

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