On September 22, 2006 at 00:13, Daniel Tonks said...
Combining multiple full-range antennas pointed in different
directions is generally NOT a good idea for reception
since you're merging good signals (antennas pointed at
the transmitters) with an out-of-phase messed up version
of a signal (antennas pointed away from that very same
signal). The end result is a ghosted, multi-pathed mess
that generally is very hard for receivers to deal with.
I will have to concur, I tried using a splitter/combiner with a 4228 pointing to buffalo and a
4221 pointing to the CN tower and I would always lose CBC. All my other stations signals would also drop. Not worth it so I decided to use a AB switch instead.