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Using a radioshack clip-on-yagi (I do have pine trees blocking my line of sight to transmitter) But, I'm only about 20 miles away.. on windy days signal goes from 0-to-69-to-77-to-0 would a bow-tie antenna help? I am using diplexers, only because I can't run a seperate line to my stb...many other stations are rock solid, including an abc station 56 miles away! Any ideas would be appreciated!
 

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Well from the sound of things you need something much more directional than the current antenna setup. Those clipon's are mutildirectional and are not very stable when it comes to dealing with multipath.
 

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Thanks wward, what antenna do you think would help me the most??

anyone use the televes 1085?
 

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wward/jckessler, its the same yagi that comes with any radioshack vhf/uhf antenna, only that it is separate and can be 'clipped' on your mast using a

a connector that's all, sorry for the confusion--anyway any ideas on a replacement??
 
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