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Subject: Re: Another (FM) antenna question
Date: Tue, 10 Dec 2002 05:04:38 -0600
Organization: Texas Instruments
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> I don't get it .
> Are the two stations in line with your location ?
The stronger signal is based about 20 miles due north of my
location, the weaker one that I want is about 40 miles
> If they are't and if the signal from the wanted station is sufficient
> , you may get better results with a simple loop antenna .
So it sounds like a basic UHF-TV antenna... I have one that's
sort of bow-tie shaped. I'll hook it up (300ohm input) and line
it up with downtown Dallas (north-south orientation). Sounds too
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