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« on: Aug 09 2011 03:14:22 »

Hi everybody.
thought Id share some pics of my homemade antennas I have done.
most gives me good results, 35 to 45 channels avg.
it depends where you live, your surroundings, the weather Rain, winds,if its summer or winter ( winters gives best receptions) and time of the day too.

my favorite copper yagi can get up to 87 channels when I do a 16 point scan on a good clear sunday morning,  alot of this I think has to do with less radio activities in the air on those ealry sunday mornings.
Some channels out of northern indiana and norther ohio!  

Enjoy the pics!
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« Reply #1 on: May 14 2012 10:42:01 »

Hey bjpython,

I know this thread is old, but i just found it.    grin

Yeah, i am slow .....     Cheesy

I am interested in your Copper YAGI model.

If you do not mind sharing your plans for it, i would like to build me one.



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« Reply #2 on: May 14 2012 10:51:59 »

Plans to the copper yagi is here in this thread:
http://legalfreetoair.com/index.php?topic=16589.0

Enjoy!
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Openbox HD S9, GeoSatPro MicroHD
18" Dish500 for circulars feeds.
30" KU dish, 90cm HotDish,
Several homemade dishes in 4ft to 6 ft.
6FT Uni mesh expanable to 8FT,
6ft 69er solid dish w/ Actuator arm.
6ft Viking dish w/ 2 Actuator arms
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