From: "Dave Fenner"
Subject: Re: Antenna question
Date: Sat, 16 Nov 2002 01:43:57 -0000
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"John Woodgate" wrote in message
| I read in sci.electronics.design that Dave Fenner wrote (in )
| 'Antenna question', on Thu, 14 Nov 2002:
| >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
| >just gone digital and need a tad more signal. Aerials are in
| >so no problem to try it.
| Wrotham (pronounced 'Root-um') is an FM radio site. AFAIK, there
| TV transmission there. Your antenna may be aligned on Bluebell
| just north of Maidstone. If so, note that Bluebell Hill requires a
| E antenna, particularly for Channel 4, on ch. 65. There is no
| in that general direction requiring an A/H antenna until you get
| Rowridge, on the Isle of Wight!
| Regards, John Woodgate, OOO - Own Opinions Only.
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Ok it is aimed for the main Tx for Greater London, (analog 1MW),
group A horizontal which is at Crystal Palace not Wrotham .
(Bluebell Hill is only 50KW local fill).
Unfortunately outside aerials keep blowing away round here, this
spot famous for freak winds, even loft is unsafe!