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Author Topic: Diagram to make your own Copper YAGI  (Read 3361 times)
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« Reply #45 on: Aug 31 2012 09:22:37 »

Spong:

86 channels is ON the rotor, not just one direction.
I'm lucky to be in the middle of several major cities all around me.

My box doesn't hold all the channels.
I have a AB switch.

one cable goes to a converter box scanner for east side stations. Then thru the rca input for channel 3 veiwing. On tv.

And the other cable goes to my TV tuner directly for the west side.

This way I can add more to the scanners.
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« Reply #46 on: Sep 01 2012 06:31:46 »

BJ:

Same here, my QTH is mid-way from NYC and Philly...there's one channel that has 6 sub-channels but most have an average of 2 - 3 subs.  That's the nice thing about digital TV.

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