- Sep 26, 2017
Hi- I'm the president of an office condo. The condo is located in Agoura Hills, CA. We currently have two Weingard UHF antennas stacked on top of each other. They are on one mast separated by about 4 feet. They are both pointed to Mt. Wilson. They are combined with equal lengths of coax into a Weingard combiner. There is also an old Weingard VHF/UHF antenna on the same mast. That output is combined yet again with that of the two UHF antennas and fed into an old Quintar amplifier. From there the signal is fed to the offices. Am I correct in assuming that this arrangement is incorrect? That in order to improve the gain these two antennas should be side by side? We have had conflicting advise as to whether or not we even need the VHF antenna to receive the over the air signals from Mt Wilson.