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Old 14-Oct-2011, 2:59 PM   #3
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Yes, you're right. They are in dBi. But so is 91XG. Its "max" 16.7 gain is also dBi at that is at the high UHF range, say > RF 50, which is no longer used (the spec listed on AD's site incorrectly states "dB," I believe).

So, still if you follow the gain curve for both antennas, this one appears to be 1-2 dBi higher gain (not sure if that is 'net' or 'raw' gain... probably raw gain I would assume for their marketing purposes)....

Also, when looking at my NM value, I use dBi numbers to add to it, right? (not dBd?).
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