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RE: Flattening the UO-14 Nulls

> Most people using Arrow Antennas (or equal) manage pretty 
> good reception using the twist-and-turn method.  I use a 
> little 3-element Yagi and can typically copy 90% or better of 
> the pass.

I've never had any problems with fades.  Yes, there are fades, but none
rarely ones that I couldn't compensate for by re-orienting the antenna.
I've even managed > 50% copy with small handheld whips.  In the case of the
latter, I've found ground reflection to be useful in inproving the signal.

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