WCLJ DT-56 is throwing very little signal in your direction.If you want to find exactly how much,go to www.ardman.net/
and click on the CH #,after doing a search.
I've got the Pro Range 75's back in the air now,after having the Triax 100's up for the last 2 months.They're both good,but the 75's have an edge on the lower UHF channels.Another thing I've learned is when stacking horzontally,the alignment and feedline length must be absolutely perfect,for best performance.
On DT-16,the best signal reading is 20deg further north than it should be.I presume the stack produces a better null on WPTD 16 at that particular heading.Also getting much better readings on DT-32.It's normally unwatchable with QRM from WLKY 32.Don't know what's going on there.
I thought someone on here wanted your 4228.Maybe you should put it back in the air.You might get lucky.I had four nice tropo events last Jan.Ya' never know!