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Old 3-Feb-2018, 1:23 AM   #4
rabbit73
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I agree with ADTech. The CS2MAX or the C2V without reflector and with the VHF dipole, has the wide bi-directional 70 degree beamwidth that might work for you.
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The signal can get choppy and I get severely frustrated.
All channels, or just certain channels?
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I would not want a rotor or A/B switch.
There is another alternative with two antennas: Connect the main antenna to the TV antenna input, and connect the second antenna to a separate tuner, with its output connected to the TV aux input.
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Another thought would be to separate my current antennas and maybe put something to block the opposing signal in between, like some plywood covered in aluminum foil or something.
Since you already have almost everything you need, that would be an interesting test. But first, see if each antenna gets the channels you want when not combined.
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