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Looks like you have two areas of interest, stronger one from Gainsville and a weaker one from Jacksonville. Are you planning for attic or outdoors? If attic, then you should probably just try for Gainsville and build something that will fit based on size limits. If outdoors, you could try for the weaker Jacksonville/Brunswick and pick something that has some reception from behind for Gainsville. Worst case if it doesnt work, you can still aim it for Gainsville.

 

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I'd recommend a Gray-Hoverman, M4 or M6. The M4 is probably the easiest, lightest and most compact build. The Gray-Hoverman or M6 will perform a little better. I'm seeing a lot of co-channels so an antenna with good directivity and front to back ratio is a good idea for anything but the local channels. More height will be required to get the two edge channels. If these are desired, try plugging in different heights to see where 1 edge or LOS is achieved. A fairly simple setup should get the local channels but more height might be needed to get a stable signal.
 
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