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Thread: VHF and UHF mini modules
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face BY : Mike Kendall email (remove spam text)



Then again, you could use a co-linear antenna and get some real gain to the
horizon, like 7dbi.  Are you trying to talk omni-directional at ground
level?  It all depends on what you're using it for.  I used to see people
take 900mhz yagis, clip them to there windows and point them from an island
for a seriously long shot back to the coast.  If you are trying to get
distance, even a 5/8 wavelength whip is not the correct choice.  I must have
missed what the specific application of the antenna is.
Mike
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