Wright's Aerials

Aerial Lingus

The Republic ended the use of Band I for TV in the late 1990s, but still used Band III. There are generally two channels in use in Band III, so the aerials need to be wideband. Two common types are the log-periodic and the slot dipole, and there’s more about both later. The other distinctive feature of the Irish scene is the prevalence of aerials pointing towards the UK. UHF is used in the Republic, but these UHF aerials are looking towards the mainland.

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