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I have an 8’ UHF Yagi pointed towards Oshawa for CHEX-2, but I have never had any serious problems receiving Toronto stations . I’m in Niagara County, NY.

My current signal readings:
RF17: 23 dB SNR CIII
RF18: 21 dB SNR CITY
RF19: 27 dB SNR CICA
RF20: 16 dB SNR CBLT (2 days ago 28 dB, normal conditions)
RF25: 25 dB SNR CBLFT
RF26: 18 dB SNR (CJMT has always been oddly low for me)
RF30: 24 dB SNR CFMT

Again, if I aimed the yagi directly at the CN Tower the results would improve. If this continues I may have to forget Global Durham and aim it directly at the CN Tower.

It is quite shocking that CBLT is so low. It seems as if it is a WNY issue and not a GTA issue which begs the question if WWHC is possibly emitting something…
 

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Positive confirmation it is co-channel IX.

Spun my antenna from the couch due south, and in comes WWHC on RF 20.
Could be worse... They could have deployed on GI, and we'd really be in a pickle.
edit: best I could achieve on this guy aimed square at it was
strength -57 dBm, snr 26 dB
5 channels of garbage at this point.
 

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edit: best I could achieve on thsi guy aimed square at it was
What area of WNY are you in? CBC is really strong into Niagara County and I have been unable to get WWHC so far. May have to get up in the attic and tweak a few things around.
 

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I'm just south of Buffalo...
WWHC is at the same location as RF 11 WVTT in South Wales, can you receive WVTT on VHF Hi?
If not since WWHC is a low Power class station I am guessing it's gonna be just enough to disturb ur CBLT up there in Niagara County, but not clean enough to come in.

Oh yeah, the time it is broadcasting is an hour ahead of real local time. So if ya do happen to tune it in, the clock on your TV will be off by an hour until ya tune to something else.
 

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I'm just south of Buffalo...
WWHC is at the same location as RF 11 WVTT in South Wales, can you receive WVTT on VHF Hi?
If not since WWHC is a low Power class station I am guessing it's gonna be just enough to disturb ur CBLT up there in Niagara County, but not clean enough to come in.
WVTT comes in great where I am. Propagation mapping shows that I’m within range of WWHC. I’ll probably just have to tweak some things a bit. I’ll post my findings in this forum.
 

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If not since WWHC is a low Power class station I am guessing it's gonna be just enough to disturb ur CBLT up there in Niagara County, but not clean enough to come in.
You’re right. After an hour of doing various tests, I’ve concluded that CBLT is so strong up here that WWHC is exactly what you said—disturbing CBLT but not decodable.

Since I have a Televes Avant X, I was hoping to get both at the same time like I have done with CKVP and CHEX-2; CHCH and WBNF. CBLT is just too strong.
 

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Just to be clear, I wasn't trying to talk you out of trying, the effort is always worth the fun...
I was just saying you'll be disappointed in the end result if ya did get it to tune in:)
 

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All CN Tower channels back to normal for me. I'm grabbing everything except CFMT, maybe it's taking interference from WBUO.
Lost all u.s. channels in Toronto Saturday night , anything changed for anyone in Toronto , tested multiple tv's on different drops, added a Silicon Dust LTE filter Friday and every channel reception was boosted signal and stable pulling in 35 total = 10 canadian and 25 us. Then after Saturday night only Canadian channels wondering if any thing changed as it's the usual Sept time when FCC and CRTC make broadcast changes, removed LTE filter same original setup but still no getting any u.s. channels or 11-1 14-1 35-1 either.
 

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Wasnt Saturday the new moon?
Strange things happen in the dark of the moon…maybe you forgot to sacrifice small animals/virgins to the broadcast gods this month


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Wasnt Saturday the new moon?
Strange things happen in the dark of the moon…maybe you forgot to sacrifice small animals/virgins to the broadcast gods this month


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Yes they waves have pushed Toronto and Buffalo farther apart so I am out of range
 

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So.... I am one of the unlucky 2% in the CBLT contour in Fort Erie. The recent arrival of WWHC has made CBLT virtually disappear. It had been my strongest CN tower station 23- 27 SNR and now it sits at 11-12 SNR. It re-appears now and then at 18 SNR max

I have a db8e on a rotor, but have not found a null that eliminates WWHC.

I am looking to put an antenna in my attic with a strong f/b ratio ( maybe with some extra reflector mods) to recapture CBLT rf 20. Any suggestions?
 

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CBC GEM streaming app carries multiple CBC stations for free.Complain to Industry Canada and CBC.WWHC originally wanted 15KW but CBC intervened.The 3KW is technically within 5% interference allowed.WWHC accepted the 50% interference in Buffalo market.FCC doing a disservice to many approving the use of RF 20.
 

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Yes they waves have pushed Toronto and Buffalo farther apart so I am out of range
Actually - that’s not impossible, because the earth does flex and bulge; The gravitational pull of the moon does vary. At the wavelengths we’re dealing with, that flex/bulge may have been enough to put your antenna in a null.
Yeah, it’s way out there and unlikely, but…


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Actually - that’s not impossible, because the earth does flex and bulge; The gravitational pull of the moon does vary. At the wavelengths we’re dealing with, that flex/bulge may have been enough to put your antenna in a null.
Yeah, it’s way out there and unlikely, but…


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Service restored 1week later at Saturday 11am now getting 42 channels , added LTE filter back as well, guess this week's waxing gidous moon faze is back in aliment I will tack ,rat sacrifice avoided he took the food and skipped the trap , it's all science with no astrology and paganism this time around, tracking.....
 

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I am looking to put an antenna in my attic with a strong f/b ratio ( maybe with some extra reflector mods) to recapture CBLT rf 20. Any suggestions?
What antenna did you have in mind? Have you tried a 4 bay like db4e or cm4221 hd yet?
db8e is doing the trick here for me. I just have to aim square for CN tower, whereas before, CBC came in at almost any azimuth. Looks to me like a db4e & cm4221 might have better front/back than db8e.

Also the 8 bay of dipoles made from 1/4" copper tubing, could achieve 17 dBi gain / ~25 dB f/b ratio on ch 20. But would be like 78" tall by 31" wide.

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         --- Gain ---              -- Ratios -- -- Impedance --         
   Freq    Raw    Net   SWR BeamW    F/R    F/B    Real    Imag  AGT  corr
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  467.0  16.12  16.00  1.40  45.0  17.33  19.94  411.78   43.01 1.00  0.00
  473.0  16.40  16.31  1.33  44.3  17.44  20.66  393.96  -28.33 1.00  0.00
  479.0  16.61  16.53  1.32  43.7  17.52  21.36  352.03  -74.41 1.00  0.00
  485.0  16.79  16.68  1.37  43.1  17.59  22.07  305.92  -94.70 1.00  0.00
  491.0  16.94  16.80  1.44  42.6  17.64  22.76  265.72  -97.47 1.00  0.00
  497.0  17.07  16.88  1.52  42.0  17.68  23.41  233.84  -90.36 1.00  0.00
  503.0  17.19  16.95  1.60  41.4  17.71  24.00  209.60  -78.13 1.00  0.00
  509.0  17.30  17.01  1.68  40.9  17.73  24.51  191.61  -63.36 1.00  0.00
  515.0  17.41  17.08  1.74  40.4  17.74  24.92  178.64  -47.38 1.00  0.00
  521.0  17.52  17.15  1.79  39.9  17.76  25.22  169.70  -30.73 1.00  0.00
  527.0  17.63  17.24  1.83  39.4  17.77  25.40  164.18  -13.68 1.00  0.00
  533.0  17.74  17.33  1.86  38.8  17.76  25.44  161.68    3.87 1.00  0.00
  539.0  17.86  17.45  1.86  38.2  17.75  25.37  162.22   22.02 1.00 -0.01
  545.0  17.98  17.57  1.85  37.7  17.75  25.20  166.03   40.91 1.00 -0.01
  551.0  18.09  17.70  1.83  37.2  17.74  24.97  173.57   60.69 1.00 -0.01
  557.0  18.20  17.83  1.80  36.8  17.72  24.68  185.82   81.56 1.00 -0.01
  563.0  18.31  17.97  1.75  36.2  17.70  24.36  204.51  103.51 1.00 -0.01
  569.0  18.40  18.09  1.71  35.7  17.67  24.03  232.45  125.88 1.00 -0.01
  575.0  18.46  18.18  1.67  35.3  17.62  23.68  274.26  146.26 1.00 -0.01
  581.0  18.50  18.23  1.65  34.7  17.59  23.35  336.53  157.57 1.00 -0.01
  587.0  18.47  18.18  1.69  34.2  17.53  23.00  424.49  141.39 1.00 -0.01
  593.0  18.37  18.02  1.78  33.6  17.46  22.66  523.23   61.81 1.00 -0.01
  599.0  18.14  17.67  1.95  33.1  17.30  22.30  561.30  -98.58 1.00 -0.01
  605.0  17.75  17.10  2.20  32.5  16.97  21.87  472.93 -250.01 1.00 -0.01
  611.0  17.14  16.26  2.50  31.8  16.45  21.32  332.49 -297.65 1.00 -0.01
 

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Thanks for the replies, guys

rob50312: Streaming is no fun, I want to rise to the technical challenge of sorting this out.

majortom: Would love the juicy f/b of 25 at 503 mghz of the 8 bays of dipoles but the 78 inches is way to much for the attic.
Strange that your db8e in South Buffalo can still decode CBLT, but mine cannot. All other CN tower channels come in the same as before.

I will try a televes in the attic that is lying around doing nothing.
 

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This one from holl_ands looks like a gem. Decent UHF Gain for it's small size,
and awesome f/b. If dealing with co-channel IX from the rear, might help someone.
Edit: forgot to put it in the comments, but the refl rods are 6 1/2 " behind the antenna.
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CM UHF Super-2-Bay, VARIABLE Solid Triangles, 11 Reflector Rods, 4nec2 by holl_ands, 4Mar2015
CM BowLength=9.25-in, BowSpacing=12.5-inl, TineSep=7.5-in, FeedSep=4.0-in, BS=0.0, ALL AWG10.
CM 11RR (QICT). PYTHONSEG(15), NO Errors or Warnings, UHF AGT=1.184 (0.74 dB).     8 VARIABLES.
CM
CM Based on work by holl_ands
CM Rescaled to Bow spacing 15.75 in, TineSep=9.5 in, FeedSep=1.875 in
CM Add two more reflector rods due to increased height - majortom, Sep 23, 2021
CM
CMD--OPT -s(470,12,20) -t(13,15) --swr-target=2.7 --f2r-target=18 --f2b-target=18
CMD--OPT --target-function=(4*max_ml+8*max_gain_diff+4*max_f2r_diff+max_f2b_diff)/17
CMD--OPT --de-np=50 -r restart.log
CMD--OPT --auto-segmentation=15 --char-impedance=300 --num-cores=8
CMD--EVAL --char-impedance=300 --num-cores=2
CMD--EVAL -R --centers --publish
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' SOURCE Wire Radius, Adjust for AGT=1.0: UHF=0.0495 & Hi-VHF=0.0495
SY Rsrc=0.001
' NOTE: IF Rsrc any smaller, big JUMP in AGT, HiVHF AGT=1.121 (0.5 dB)
SY Rbow=0.05095
SY Rfeed=0.0404
'  Bow Half-Length:
SY BowLen=11.675
' Distance between the Centers of the Two Bowties:
SY ZBowII=15.75
' Bow Tine Separation:
SY TineSep=9.5
' Separation (in inches) between two FEEDLINE wires:
SY FedSep=1.875
' Bowtie Forward Sweep:
SY BowSwp=0
' Indentation along Centerline:
SY Indent=0
SY Xbow=0
SY Cond=3e+07
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' Calculated from above INPUT Values:
SY X1=BowSwp/3
SY Z7=TineSep/2
SY Z8=ZBowII/2
SY Z9=TineSep/2
' Z-Coord 1/3 of the Way from Bowtie's Apex adjusts Shape of Bowtie:
SY Z1=TineSep/6
' Z-Coord 2/3 of the Way from Bowtie's Apex adjusts Shape of Bowtie:
SY Z2=TineSep/3
SY YBowN=-FedSep/2
SY YBowP=FedSep/2
SY YBow=(BowLen^2-(TineSep/2)^2-BowSwp^2)^0.5
SY Ymax=FedSep/2+YBow
SY Y1=FedSep/2+YBow/3
SY Y2=FedSep/2+2*YBow/3
SY Yinr=Ymax-Indent
SY Ymid=FedSep/2+(Yinr-FedSep/2)/2
'
' SYMBOLS FOR REFLECTOR RODS:
' Reflector Rod Separation behind Hourglass):
SY RS=6.5
' Reflector Rod-to-Rod Separation:
SY RR=2.25
' Reflector Rod Half-Lengths :
SY YRod=18.665
SY Rrod=0.125
'  #    segs  X1        Y1         Z1      X2         Y2        Z2        radius
GW 1 1 Xbow YBowN 0.0 Xbow YBowP 0.0 Rsrc' SRC
GW 2 1 Xbow YBowP Z8 BowSwp+Xbow Y1 Z8+Z1 Rbow
GW 3 1 Xbow Y1 Z8+Z1 2*X1+Xbow Y2 Z8+Z2 Rbow
GW 4 1 Xbow Y2 Z8+Z2 X1+Xbow Ymax Z8+Z7 Rbow
GW 5 1 Xbow YBowN Z8 X1+Xbow -Y1 Z8+Z1 Rbow
GW 6 1 Xbow -Y1 Z8+Z1 2*X1+Xbow -Y2 Z8+Z2 Rbow
GW 7 1 Xbow -Y2 Z8+Z2 BowSwp+Xbow -Ymax Z8+Z7 Rbow
GW 8 1 Xbow YBowP Z8 X1+Xbow Y1 Z8-Z1 Rbow
GW 9 1 Xbow Y1 Z8-Z1 2*X1+Xbow Y2 Z8-Z2 Rbow
GW 10 1 Xbow Y2 Z8-Z2 BowSwp+Xbow Ymax Z8-Z7 Rbow
GW 11 1 Xbow YBowN Z8 X1+Xbow -Y1 Z8-Z1 Rbow
GW 12 1 Xbow -Y1 Z8-Z1 2*X1+Xbow -Y2 Z8-Z2 Rbow
GW 13 1 Xbow -Y2 Z8-Z2 BowSwp+Xbow -Ymax Z8-Z7 Rbow
GW 14 1 BowSwp+Xbow Yinr Z8 BowSwp+Xbow Ymax Z8+Z7 Rbow
GW 15 1 BowSwp+Xbow Yinr Z8 BowSwp+Xbow Ymax Z8-Z7 Rbow
GW 16 1 BowSwp+Xbow -Yinr Z8 BowSwp+Xbow -Ymax Z8+Z7 Rbow
GW 17 1 BowSwp+Xbow -Yinr Z8 BowSwp+Xbow -Ymax Z8-Z7 Rbow
GW 18 1 Xbow YBowP Z8 BowSwp+Xbow Ymid Z8 Rbow
GW 19 1 Xbow Ymid Z8 BowSwp+Xbow Yinr Z8 Rbow
GW 20 1 Xbow -YBowP Z8 BowSwp+Xbow -Ymid Z8 Rbow
GW 21 1 Xbow -Ymid Z8 BowSwp+Xbow -Yinr Z8 Rbow
GW 22 1 BowSwp+Xbow Ymid Z8 BowSwp+Xbow Y1 Z8+Z1 Rbow
GW 23 1 BowSwp+Xbow Ymid Z8 2*X1+Xbow Y2 Z8+Z2 Rbow
GW 24 1 BowSwp+Xbow -Ymid Z8 X1+Xbow -Y1 Z8+Z1 Rbow
GW 25 1 BowSwp+Xbow -Ymid Z8 2*X1+Xbow -Y2 Z8+Z2 Rbow
GW 26 1 BowSwp+Xbow Ymid Z8 BowSwp+Xbow Y1 Z8-Z1 Rbow
GW 27 1 BowSwp+Xbow Ymid Z8 2*X1+Xbow Y2 Z8-Z2 Rbow
GW 28 1 BowSwp+Xbow -Ymid Z8 X1+Xbow -Y1 Z8-Z1 Rbow
GW 29 1 BowSwp+Xbow -Ymid Z8 2*X1+Xbow -Y2 Z8-Z2 Rbow
GW 30 1 BowSwp+Xbow Yinr Z8 2*X1+Xbow Y2 Z8+Z2 Rbow
GW 31 1 BowSwp+Xbow -Yinr Z8 2*X1+Xbow -Y2 Z8+Z2 Rbow
GW 32 1 BowSwp+Xbow Yinr Z8 2*X1+Xbow Y2 Z8-Z2 Rbow
GW 33 1 BowSwp+Xbow -Yinr Z8 2*X1+Xbow -Y2 Z8-Z2 Rbow
GW 42 1 Xbow YBowP -Z8 BowSwp+Xbow Y1 -Z8+Z1 Rbow
GW 43 1 Xbow Y1 -Z8+Z1 2*X1+Xbow Y2 -Z8+Z2 Rbow
GW 44 1 Xbow Y2 -Z8+Z2 X1+Xbow Ymax -Z8+Z7 Rbow
GW 45 1 Xbow YBowN -Z8 X1+Xbow -Y1 -Z8+Z1 Rbow
GW 46 1 Xbow -Y1 -Z8+Z1 2*X1+Xbow -Y2 -Z8+Z2 Rbow
GW 47 1 Xbow -Y2 -Z8+Z2 BowSwp+Xbow -Ymax -Z8+Z7 Rbow
GW 48 1 Xbow YBowP -Z8 X1+Xbow Y1 -Z8-Z1 Rbow
GW 49 1 Xbow Y1 -Z8-Z1 2*X1+Xbow Y2 -Z8-Z2 Rbow
GW 50 1 Xbow Y2 -Z8-Z2 BowSwp+Xbow Ymax -Z8-Z7 Rbow
GW 51 1 Xbow YBowN -Z8 X1+Xbow -Y1 -Z8-Z1 Rbow
GW 52 1 Xbow -Y1 -Z8-Z1 2*X1+Xbow -Y2 -Z8-Z2 Rbow
GW 53 1 Xbow -Y2 -Z8-Z2 BowSwp+Xbow -Ymax -Z8-Z7 Rbow
GW 54 1 BowSwp+Xbow Yinr -Z8 BowSwp+Xbow Ymax -Z8+Z7 Rbow
GW 55 1 BowSwp+Xbow Yinr -Z8 BowSwp+Xbow Ymax -Z8-Z7 Rbow
GW 56 1 BowSwp+Xbow -Yinr -Z8 BowSwp+Xbow -Ymax -Z8+Z7 Rbow
GW 57 1 BowSwp+Xbow -Yinr -Z8 BowSwp+Xbow -Ymax -Z8-Z7 Rbow
GW 58 1 Xbow YBowP -Z8 BowSwp+Xbow Ymid -Z8 Rbow
GW 59 1 Xbow Ymid -Z8 BowSwp+Xbow Yinr -Z8 Rbow
GW 60 1 Xbow -YBowP -Z8 BowSwp+Xbow -Ymid -Z8 Rbow
GW 61 1 Xbow -Ymid -Z8 BowSwp+Xbow -Yinr -Z8 Rbow
GW 62 1 BowSwp+Xbow Ymid -Z8 BowSwp+Xbow Y1 -Z8+Z1 Rbow
GW 63 1 BowSwp+Xbow Ymid -Z8 2*X1+Xbow Y2 -Z8+Z2 Rbow
GW 64 1 BowSwp+Xbow -Ymid -Z8 X1+Xbow -Y1 -Z8+Z1 Rbow
GW 65 1 BowSwp+Xbow -Ymid -Z8 2*X1+Xbow -Y2 -Z8+Z2 Rbow
GW 66 1 BowSwp+Xbow Ymid -Z8 BowSwp+Xbow Y1 -Z8-Z1 Rbow
GW 67 1 BowSwp+Xbow Ymid -Z8 2*X1+Xbow Y2 -Z8-Z2 Rbow
GW 68 1 BowSwp+Xbow -Ymid -Z8 X1+Xbow -Y1 -Z8-Z1 Rbow
GW 69 1 BowSwp+Xbow -Ymid -Z8 2*X1+Xbow -Y2 -Z8-Z2 Rbow
GW 70 1 BowSwp+Xbow Yinr -Z8 2*X1+Xbow Y2 -Z8+Z2 Rbow
GW 71 1 BowSwp+Xbow -Yinr -Z8 2*X1+Xbow -Y2 -Z8+Z2 Rbow
GW 72 1 BowSwp+Xbow Yinr -Z8 2*X1+Xbow Y2 -Z8-Z2 Rbow
GW 73 1 BowSwp+Xbow -Yinr -Z8 2*X1+Xbow -Y2 -Z8-Z2 Rbow
' CROSS-OVER FEEDLINE:
GW 74 2 Xbow YBowP Z8 Xbow YBowP 0.0 Rfeed
GW 75 2 Xbow YBowN Z8 Xbow YBowN 0.0 Rfeed
GW 76 2 Xbow YBowP -Z8 Xbow YBowP 0.0 Rfeed
GW 77 2 Xbow YBowN -Z8 Xbow YBowN 0.0 Rfeed
'GW 78 45 -RS -YRod  7*RR  -RS YRod  7*RR  Rrod
GW 78 9 -RS -YRod 6*RR -RS YRod 6*RR Rrod
GW 79 9 -RS -YRod 5*RR -RS YRod 5*RR Rrod
GW 80 9 -RS -YRod 4*RR -RS YRod 4*RR Rrod
GW 81 9 -RS -YRod 3*RR -RS YRod 3*RR Rrod
GW 82 9 -RS -YRod 2*RR -RS YRod 2*RR Rrod
GW 83 9 -RS -YRod RR -RS YRod RR Rrod
GW 84 9 -RS -YRod -RR -RS YRod -RR Rrod
GW 85 9 -RS -YRod -2*RR -RS YRod -2*RR Rrod
GW 86 9 -RS -YRod -3*RR -RS YRod -3*RR Rrod
GW 87 9 -RS -YRod -4*RR -RS YRod -4*RR Rrod
GW 88 9 -RS -YRod -5*RR -RS YRod -5*RR Rrod
GW 89 9 -RS -YRod -6*RR -RS YRod -6*RR Rrod
'GW 89 45 -RS -YRod -7*RR  -RS YRod -7*RR  Rrod
GW 90 9 -RS -YRod 0 -RS YRod 0 Rrod
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GS 0 0 0.0254' Convert above from INCHES to METERS for NEC
GE 0' No Ground Plane
GN -1' Free Space
EK 0' Enable Extended Kernel
LD 5 0 0 0 Cond 0' Conductivity
'
EX 0 1 1 0 1 0
'
' FR Freq Sweep choices in order of increasing calculation time (fm holl_ands):
' FR 0 0 0 0 198 0            ' Fixed Freq
' FR 0 0 0 0 584 0            ' Fixed Freq
FR 0 29 0 0 470 12' Freq Sweep 470-806 every 12 MHz - OLD UHF BAND
' FR 0 34 0 0 410 12        ' Freq Sweep 410-806 every 12 MHz - Even Wider Sweep
' FR 0 39 0 0 470 6            ' Freq Sweep 470-698 every 6 MHz - PREFERRED FOR UHF
' FR 0 77 0 0 470 3            ' Freq Sweep 470-698 every 3 MHz
' FR 0 153 0 0 470 1.5        ' Freq Sweep 470-698 every 1.5 MHz
' FR 0 71 0 0 300 10        ' Freq Sweep 300-1000 every 10 MHz - WIDEBAND SWEEP
' FR Hi-VHF choices:
' FR 0 15 0 0 174 3            ' Freq Sweep 174-216 every 3 MHz
' FR 0 29 0 0 174 1.5        ' Freq Sweep 174-216 every 1.5 MHz - PREFERRED
' FR 0 43 0 0 174 1            ' Freq Sweep 174-216 every 1 MHz - Hi-Rez
' FR 0 26 0 0 150 6            ' Freq Sweep 150-300 every 6 MHz - WIDEBAND SWEEP
' FR Lo-VHF choices:
' FR 0 19 0 0 54 3            ' Frequency Sweep every 3 MHz for Ch2-6 + FM
' FR 0 35 0 0 54 1            ' Frequency Sweep every 1 MHz for Ch2-6
' FR 0 36 0 0 75 1            ' Frequency Sweep every 1 MHz for Ch5 + Ch6 + FM
' FR 0 28 0 0 54 6            ' Wide Freq Sweep every 6 MHz for Ch2-13
' FR 0 64 0 0 54 12            ' Super Wide Freq Sweep 54-810 (Ch2-69) every 12 MHz
' RP choices in order of increasing calculation time:
' RP 0 1 1 1510 90 90 1 1 0 0    ' 1D Gain toward 0-deg Azimuth - SIDE GAIN
' RP 0 1 1 1510 90 0 1 1 0 0    ' 1D Gain toward 90-deg Azimuth - FORWARD GAIN
' RP 0 1 1 1510 90 180 1 1 0 0    ' 1D Gain toward 270-deg Azimuth - REVERSE GAIN
' RP 0 1 1 1510 90 15 1 1 0 0    ' 1D Gain toward 75-deg Azimuth BW +/- 15-deg
' RP 0 1 1 1510 90 20 1 1 0 0    ' 1D Gain toward 70-deg Azimuth BW +/- 20-deg
' RP 0 1 1 1510 90 30 1 1 0 0    ' 1D Gain toward 60-deg Azimuth BW +/- 30-deg
' RP 0 1 1 1510 90 40 1 1 0 0    ' 1D Gain toward 50-deg Azimuth BW +/- 40-deg
' RP 0 1 1 1510 90 50 1 1 0 0    ' 1D Gain toward 40-deg Azimuth BW +/- 50-deg
' RP 0 1 1 1510 90 60 1 1 0 0    ' 1D Gain toward 30-deg Azimuth BW +/- 60-deg
' RP 0 1 1 1510 90 70 1 1 0 0    ' 1D Gain toward 20-deg Azimuth BW +/- 70-deg
' RP 0 1 1 1510 90 80 1 1 0 0    ' 1D Gain toward 10-deg Azimuth BW +/- 80-deg
' RP 0 1 37 1510 90 0 1 5 0 0     ' 2D (Left only) Azimuthal Gain Slice
RP 0 1 73 1510 90 0 1 5 0 0' 2D Azimuthal Gain Slice - PREFERRED
' RP 0 73 1 1510 90 0 5 1 0 0     ' 2D Elevation Gain Slice
' RP 0 73 73 1510 90 0 5 5 0 0     ' 3D Lower Hemisphere reveals antenna (Fixed Freq)
' RP 0 285 73 1510 90 0 5 5 0 0    ' 3D Full Coverage obscures antenna (Fixed Freq)
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         --- Gain ---              -- Ratios -- -- Impedance --     
   Freq    Raw    Net   SWR BeamW    F/R    F/B    Real    Imag  AGT  corr
==========================================================================
  467.0  12.73  12.41  1.73  38.7  17.94  32.02  498.79   78.88 0.99 -0.04
  473.0  12.71  12.40  1.72  39.1  18.96  38.68  501.82   68.13 0.99 -0.04
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  551.0  13.21  13.14  1.29  34.0  19.02  32.36  364.38  -53.54 1.01  0.05
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