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Old 19-May-2022, 8:08 PM   #2
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Without knowing if you have trees, buildings, large hills, etc. blocking your location from the towers you should be able to get stations from both north and west by pointing the antenna northwest. Split the difference so to speak.

I'm partial to the bow tie style like the Antennas Direct DB4e, but any decent 50 mile "rated" antenna should yield good results. (Take the milage ratings with a grain of salt, they are made up numbers by the marketing people and not very realistic.)

I say should because I don't know about anything that may block the signal, like trees, your neighbors house, you're down in a valley next to a creek behind a hill, etc.
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