Question about Televison & Video
With all antennas you MUST ensure that it is all OK, physically check, there are no whiskers of braid caught between Inner & Shield, Make sure the center pin IS contacting in the socket. Check The connections at the Antenna end. Check the earth braid. If you can check continuity with a meter, check for "Shorts" between braid & center conductor. make sure it is Pointed at the Transponder... even a little off will give signal loss. rain fade is a huge problem unfortunately.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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What about a receiver amplifier for your system, I have one from radioshack and could receive stations on the old conventional bands from almost over 200 miles away "before the digital switch" and now with digital stations around 75 to 100 miles away depending on conditions. The amplifier is mounted on the antenna mast, and thru a 75ohm down fed cable to the power supply that also has a fm trap to filter out static and in area strong transmissions from local stations!
Posted on Oct 14, 2011
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