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Author Topic: Pics of my home made bow tie antenna and channel master  (Read 581 times)
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« on: Feb 07 2015 07:58:23 »

First time attempting an antenna set up .
Hard part is figuring where to point it.
Each direction either gains or looses channels.
Seem to be only able to pick up 7 channels at a time.
Further testing to be done today.
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« Reply #1 on: Feb 07 2015 11:52:03 »

Either one of those antennas would be very directional. Antennas have to be of two kinds, omnidirectional with very little gain, or unidirectional with suitable gain, thus being very directional which requires a rotor to access multiple direction stations.  E_V
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