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Thread: OTA complications

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gray Hair View Post
    RG6U coax compared to RG6 Quad-Shield coax.
    I am also dealing with electric line of around 45 000 volts.
    Shouldn't be a big issue unless electrolysis rots the material the antenna or its mount is made of. A car radio antenna isn't very far from a 40,000 volt HEI module (assuming the car radio is in a gas-powered vehicle).

    If you were situated near a 45kW broadcast tower, that might be a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim5506 View Post
    You need to add an UHF antenna - a big one the 4221 is probably too small - look at an 8 bay cat-whiskers or a large UHF yagi like the 91-XG.
    Using a combination VHF/UHF/FM antenna may be a lot less trouble as long as all the signals come from the same direction.


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