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Is this possible and if so how?ie.distance between antennas, uhf or vhf on top? etc..etc.


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I did this 20 years ago when my wife insisted I get PBS (channel 28) which wouldn't come in on the VHF/UHF antenna. I added the UHF antenna 4' below the VHF/UHF antenna. Problem was solved. I now have a UHF/VHF antenna that gets digital but not 100% reliably. I plan to lower the VHF/UHF antenna 4' down the mast and add a UHF antenna on top (probably a CM4248). Twenty years ago VHF was my priority, now UHF is my priority.


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Works fine

Put a foot or two between them


I agree that the UHF should go on top for best performance


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Excellent.


I will be using a Winegard 5030 VHF and Channel Master CM-4248 on top with an 8' mast and a CM 7777 preamp also.Antennas spaced 4' apart.

Do you think that I'll need a heavy duty rotor or will a regular duty suffice?


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Shawn
 
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