Wright's Aerials

Aerial Photography - Modern

UHF propagation can be strange and unpredictable. We tend to assume that reception will always be better if the aerial is higher, but sometimes the strongest signal is found low down. In this particular instance, in the Scottish Highlands, the local relay transmitter is along the glen behind trees. No reception was possible at the house, but at the bottom of the drive near the road it was just possible to obtain useable signals with the aerial at the height as shown. Note the masthead amplifier and CT167 downlead.

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