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Old 17-Jul-2018, 1:25 PM   #21
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That information is for TV broadcasting, it has nothing to do with "broadband".
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Old 17-Jul-2018, 11:40 PM   #22
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I posted on this thread to simply state there are different ways to combine antennas, that had not been mentioned. I have no idea what the OP is trying to do, or talking about.
Rabbit 73 I am very familiar with 4nec2 Antenna Sims by holl_ands.
I have spent hours looking at his work, and try to recreate some of the models into working antennas. Everything you posted in your reply matches my current understanding of antenna stacking.
ADTech your post are always welcome, and reflect knowledge of antenna design, and signal propagation.
As I reread this thread it looks more like user name is asking about horizontal verses vertical stacking of horizontally polarized antennas.
Steve

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Old 19-Jul-2018, 2:57 PM   #23
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Rf STEVe look's like you are way in OVER YOUR HEAD!!! So GIV if UP
And for get about them wind sails,and get a 91xg!lol
And trying too sell junk!!OP has spoken!! Of a channel master amp??
And wasting everyone'S time lol.

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Old 19-Jul-2018, 5:06 PM   #24
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I solved my reception problems years ago. The 91xg would be a poor antenna choice for my location.
I've only been building and, installing both commercial built, and home brew antennas for about 50 years

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Old 20-Jul-2018, 12:17 PM   #25
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B,tong and you wish 50 Years.lol that's all I know is that with my 150ft tower receive of channel's 1500miles away and don't forget my inverted v. ham Radio station antenna.
And do you wont want to sell the 1960,antenna ?
Well good luck but it sounds like you don't know what you are doing with outdoor tv antenna'S ,becuse the 91XG,is best ANTENNA you can buy with a narrow beam pattern
If you don't know how to use the 91,that's the kind of tock you get out of someone
That doesn't know how to use a antennas Direct 91XG,? 50,year's of ANTENNAs to
Funny stop tocking bs,and the solid signal HDB 91,with IT'S90, beam with pattern.
Works well with a channel master 7777,AMP if you're tv,Broadcasting TOWER are in a v pattern you don't need a rotor if the ANTENNA is pointed right.away frum the strongest
Tower's and more pointed tord the far away tower's works quite well and no over load"S
If you know how an ANTENNA work's you should have no problems with RECeive of BROADCASTING channel's, of 1500miles away,lol,
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Old 20-Jul-2018, 1:15 PM   #26
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B,tong and you wish 50 Years.lol that's all I know is that with my 150ft tower receive of channel's 1500miles away and don't forget my inverted v. ham Radio station antenna.
And do you wont want to sell the 1960,antenna ?
Well good luck but it sounds like you don't know what you are doing with outdoor tv antenna'S ,becuse the 91XG,is best ANTENNA you can buy with a narrow beam pattern
If you don't know how to use the 91,that's the kind of tock you get out of someone
That doesn't know how to use a antennas Direct 91XG,? 50,year's of ANTENNAs to
Funny stop tocking bs,and the solid signal HDB 91,with IT'S90, beam with pattern.
Works well with a channel master 7777,AMP if you're tv,Broadcasting TOWER are in a v pattern you don't need a rotor if the ANTENNA is pointed right.away frum the strongest
Tower's and more pointed tord the far away tower's works quite well and no over load"S
If you know how an ANTENNA work's you should have no problems with RECeive of BROADCASTING channel's, of 1500miles away,lol,
And there you have it folks, the FINAL word on broadcast reception.
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Old 20-Jul-2018, 1:36 PM   #27
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Where are the moderators? The forum's signal is really starting to get overwhelmed by Nascarken's noise.
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Old 20-Jul-2018, 2:35 PM   #28
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Boy for some one hoo has just became a member needs to go get a real antenna set-up
And Steve need too RECEIVE and do the same thing get a real antenna set-up too.
Lol 50 years of ANTENNAs instilling lol
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Old 20-Jul-2018, 9:59 PM   #29
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This thread is about stacking antennas. Most of the known knowledge on the subject was expressed quite early in the thread.
I will only once more take this thread off topic . 53 years ago I was installing long wire, and dipole antennas in my parents attic, and some times outside.
I’ve wound enamel coated wire around toilet paper tubes to build cats whisker Chrystal radios, and I have used the local oscillator off one radio as BFO (beat frequency oscillator) on an other to receive SSB . When my parents could not afford to to buy me a state of the art receiver with a BFO or product detector.
I’ve been around radio, and TV antennas for a few days, but I do not have a closed mind. I’m still learning.

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Old 20-Jul-2018, 11:09 PM   #30
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Yes heath kit one of the best know how ham Radio works
And why should you have a closed mind?share what you
Have done I am all ears,and you know that I am going too get a cold one out of the frige!
And smoke some bud,and I am all ears and yes Rf is a good long topic to tock about
Whether it's radio or television Rf,it's FUN to mess around with stagger stacked hi band
Vhf outdoor tv antennas,CQ CQ CQ DX,Hello can you hear me know?
Long wire &what MHZ??

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