Can I wire 2 HD antennas together?

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  • Can I wire 2 HD antennas together?


Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 15:24
Probably not with a single combined feed line. If you did some kind of A/B/C switch or multi-input phase control unit you might be able to make it work. You'd probably be far better off getting an antenna with directional gain and using a small rotor to redirect it. Otherwise, if you have close stations, try a simple omnidirectional antenna and see how that goes.
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