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Old 4-Jan-2012, 5:42 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by Dave Loudin View Post
You need to post a TVFool report to get definitive help.

Yes, the Fracarro's published gain, as determined by their modelling, is a bit better than antennas like the 91-XG. published gain, as determined by AD's modelling.

No, there's not been any independent modelling of the Fracarro yagis.

Will the Fracarros hold up better to the elements than others? No one really knows, yet.

Post your TVFool analysis to see what your antenna gain requirements are. At that point, we can help you in the cost/beneft analysis.
Thanks for your very helpful summary. Here is my TVFool report.
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