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Towerdude

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Here is a professional VHF high band.  This company makes great antennas.. log periodic.jpg 

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50 ohm impedance, made for comms not TV. It would still work as receive only for TV though. Did not look it up would guess the price is high, being able to transmit 2Kw.
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Obviously does not qualify as a consumer TV antenna
One would have a difficult time finding a 7/16 DIN adapter to an F connector used on RG-6 coax.
Only 7.15 dBi gain.


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Oh, come on, you could use the hardline as a wall mount also!
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hehe, I still haven't tested the Y10-7-13 a friend gave me.
At 120", it is twice the boom length of my existing VHF Hi yagi.


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Home Brew Polarotor683 Servo circuit. Openbox S9, Prof7500, v4l-updatelee linux drivers installed.
ricardo's geo-orbit archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20071202191450/http://www.geo-orbit.org:80/sizepgs/tuningp2.html
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My personal pick would be an 8 dipole with reflector. Channel master makes one. Higher gain than a log periodic and broad beam width so it can receive stations coming from slightly different directions. Has some gain on the high VHF band (not all HD stations transmit on UHF.) Higher gain than a log periodic. I also like a simple corner reflector because of its very high gain and the reliability that comes with simplicity.

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