The Folded FM dipole aerial is the most rugged FM aerial available. It gives very good results on FM and reasonable signals on DAB.
Comes with a clamp to fit poles up to 2 inches.
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The Yagi18A is the correct aerial for A group transmitters for sites in poor signal areas.
Our Yagi18 aerials have particularly good build quality.
Subject list : – Aerial gain tests, how, why, where including : – – Actual signal levels at the test site – – Why peak gain figures are misleading – – How accurate are these tests ? – – The aerial … Read More
How high to mount your aerial ? Well that’s a big question……. Generally speaking the higher the better, at least that’s the usually case with aerials. But not always. In the past we’d done tests on aerial heights for installations … Read More
Also see incorrectly fitted cradle. To anyone who has spent any time on this site it may not come as any surprise to hear I rarely just accept what I’m told, by anyone. Thus, when I used to read that … Read More
ATV’s aerial positioning tests All these tests are investigating the effect of positioning on an aerial installation’s gain (using the definition the amount of signal it collects) and they prove conclusively that the position of an aerial can be vital … Read More
Subject list : – Simple aerial polar diagrams incl Omni, Half wave dipole, Full wave dipole, 2 and 3 element yagis – Typical aerial polar diagrams incl Log, Low gain wideband, High gain A grp and High gain wideband – … Read More
These reports are roughly * in order of the number of elements the FM or DAB aerial has, starting with the single element dipoles. For each aerial size (elements wise) FM aerials are listed first and DAB second except where … Read More