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Thread: Connecting a TV aerial
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Bill,

> The antenna is designed to be fed with 300 ohm twin lead to the cris
> cross, not coax

300 ohm ? Oh. Didn't expect that

> You should put one of the 300 ohm to 75 ohm transformers to the
> criss-cross and then use co-ax

Okey-doke. Now, could I take a 300-75 balun that you'd find on
rabbit ears and turn it around ?

eg http://www.dse.co.nz  L4456 (indoor type, socket + spades)

or http://www.dse.co.nz   L4465

"TV Balun Indoor/Outdoor- For matching 75 Ohm coaxial cable to
300 ohm ribbon terminals on your TV tuner or antenna. It's weather-
resistant so can be used indoors or out"

I have an exterior VHF/UHF mixer too. Would that help ?

> I would assume that there were 2 wing nuts somewhere that would
> make connections easy

Wing nuts all over the place

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