Thread: Best Rv antenna
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Old 1-Oct-2019, 4:12 PM   #4
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The Sensar IV is very good on low-VHF, pretty good on high-VHF, but blind as a bat on UHF. Adding the Wingman UHF attachment helps it to perform less poorly on UHF. Since there are only a couple of dozen low-VHF full power stations in the country, not a whole lot of demand for that. About 3/4 of all full power stations are UHF so that's where most of the performance need is likely to occur, depending, of course, on where you actually plan to use the antenna.

There's not much inside the KJ models. I've got some photos and test data around here somewhere from some testing I did last year on RV models.
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