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post #1 of 3 Old 09-11-2013, 07:46 PM - Thread Starter
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Use to have a rotor but the effects of the wind where I live wreck even the best of rotors . Back in the analog days you could point your antenna in the vicinity and you picked up the same thing year round basically . Now I have noticed in the fall and spring you have to point your antenna further south to pickup triad stations because Roanoke stations pick up pointing south as soon as you lose the Roanoke stations without the exception of WSLS comes in year round 360 degrees. Guess it is the earth rotating on it's axis
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I have three locations for my antenna based on the season, leaves, etc. It's kinda annoying!
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I got 3 antennas too but the leaves on tree help me receive NC stations when the leaves are on it its a wild cherry it's behind antenna like now when the leaves are falling off Carolina reception not as good but in the winter it gets better hard to understand .
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