He's wants to play with the big boys, Channel Master and Winegard. (RonC, someone sees oportunity like you).
Bullets from the video...
He says its a Batwing style antenna.
Folds increase surface area.
Length optimized for new smaller UHF bandwidth with an eye towards VHF Hi as well.
Balun box superior design and waterproofing, plus horizontal mount, for waterproofness and 90 degree coax trial away from balun.
Modular design, add or remove reflectors for less or more F/B ratio.
Amplifier balun module adjustible gain levels coming in 3 months or so.
Contemplating offering a mast mounted amplifier as well.
Possible Low Band antenna add on in the future....but not too enthusiatic about that (back burner).
I dont know if I agree with him about some comments about not needing good VHF Hi performance...but it was nuanced....mixed with some correct comments. (Part 13).
Seems to be down on Terrestrial Digital, but not using their name.....went on the dbd dbi rant, which is a dubious rant IMO, and also a head nod to the ClearStream Antennas not being VHF High antennas, but marketed as such....again without referencing them.
Figures from Georgia Tech tests....
Comparison of Winegard 9022 90" long average 9dbd UHF, -24dbd VHF Hi.......Digitenna DUV-F 53" long UHF 11dbd, 3dbd VHF Hi.
Winegard SquareShooter 1000 average VHF gain -29dbd.
Winegard 9083??? 50 inchish 8db average gain on UHF.
Really likes the CM 7777 amplifier. Doesnt like the Winegard 269 because it doesnt have an FM Trap, even though it has a high threshold of input overload. (EV says:Seems to me you can add an off board FM Trap if youve got FM troubles).
Rips the Magnavox CECB. Likes the Channel Master 7000.
RG6 cable man, prefers solid copper core.
Great video, covers a lot of installation and antenna amp cable tuner system design, plus terminology and theory. Really knowledgable fellow.