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post #1 of 2 Old 05-16-2020, 11:34 AM - Thread Starter
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Problems with Multi-path




Well I am in a Catch 22 situation with my 3 antennas, it seem that the reception improved by a good margin, but I get 3 stations with more multi path than before, any idea how to improved my antenna set up ? thinking about removing the antenna in the middle.
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That's certainly an eclectic collection of antennas, all jumbled together. Are they also connected together at the mast? As such, this collective will be mostly omnidirectional and won't help at all with multipath. The four element Yagi needs to be isolated by distance from the other antennas, and on a rotator. From there, you may be lucky to find orientations to minimize multipath.

Is this FM or DAB? The hardware looks European.
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