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Started by Talos4, Thursday Mar 19, 2009, 12:31:20 pm
Quote from: techboy;51301I used two small UHF bow tie antennas outside into a combiner. The antennas are aimed at 90 degree right angles. The combiner is the type used for satellite TV as it covers the UHF specturm with less attenuation.
Quote from: Nels Harvey;51306Your location is pretty much still in the "dead zone" under the umbrella effect from the tall towers. I would try an exterior omni antenna with a variable attenuator. This would clear you from the structure steel and may be all you need. Interior walls in commercial buildings are made with steel studs now, and that would cause serious reflections inside the building.Good luck!Nels....
Quote from: techboy;51353I do have the design experience and I did get it right. The antenna system that I built is what I, as a professional TV engineer would recommend. I needed this antenna arrangement for analog "ghost free" reception. With adaptive equalizers in DTV tuners, almost any antenna will most likely be adaquate in this fellows situation.
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