From: "Dave Fenner"
Subject: Re: Antenna question
Date: Thu, 14 Nov 2002 05:13:26 -0000
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"mike" wrote in message
| > In article ,
| > email@example.com (Dave Fenner) wrote:
| >> How are those side by side pair UHF yaggi array TV aerials
| >> connected?
| >> I have two separate identical TV antennas in my roof, facing
| >> different directions
| <"briansalt@NScix.co.uk">i think Wrote !
| but i may have slipped in the
| snipping ;)
| > You'll need two lengths of 75 ohm coax, one from each aerial,
| > together at the feeder end; centre-to-centre and
| Agreed with the elec theory, however I Very much doubt that if the
| were original pointing in different directions that they are
| Identical, IE made for the same Group!
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Thanks Brian, I guessed there was a trick like that. Neat and
And Mike, of course the two are identical. I am near Chelmsford,
both are Group A horizontal polarised, one points due south to
Wrotham (London)the other due west to Sandy Heath (Anglia). I have
just gone digital and need a tad more signal. Aerials are in loft
so no problem to try it.