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Post 738 made on Thursday September 21, 2006 at 10:05
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September 2004
I've never done it, but from what I understand in order to increase gain with two antennas, you have to use identical antennas, with equal lengths of coax into the combiner, and the antennas have to mounted a certain distance apart (not sure what distance) and be pointing in the same direction.

I do know you cannot combine two antennas and have them pointing in two different directions.

You best bet would be a antenna rotor.

On September 20, 2006 at 13:30, jimdoo said...
How 2 combine two uhf antennas:

Can someone please help me with using two uhf antennas
simultaneously? I use a CM 4228 on the roof for CBC and
a RS bowtie antenna inside for the Buffalo locals. How
can I use these two antennas together? I am getting some
decent reception of Fox and PBS from the back of the rooftop
antenna however I get better results from the indoor bowtie
for the locals.

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