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Albert's Attic Gallery

Presumably Labgear felt justified in calling this an 'anti-ghosting' aerial because it had significant directional properties. The design suggests that it might have had deep nulls that could have been directed towards the source of any ghosting. Although the copy claims that it is 'more sensitive' than any other aerial I can't imagine that it had much gain. As the aerial 'covers all T/V channels' it must theoretically have been wideband, covering 40 to 230MHz. I must say I applaud the copywriters' honesty when they recommend the aerial for people 'who cannot use an outside T/V aerial'. Some ads for set-top aerials implied that their product was better than an outdoor aerial!

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