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PostPosted: Tue Feb 18, 2014 12:34 pm 
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I found this, and thought it may be of some interest to all of you regarding testing these 2 antennas.
Way over my head tech wise. But some you techies might appreciate.
Bottom line, the author found in favor of the Winegard Batwing.
http://forums.woodalls.com/Index.cfm/fu ... page/1.cfm

Comments please..
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I'd agree,I'm not to fond of my Jack after using it a couple of years now. :roll:

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I have both a Jack and a Winegard Sensar with the Wingman attachment. Overall, the Winegard surpassed the Jack.

Most TV stations today broadcast using the UHF channels (14 through 51), but there are a few that broadcast on Hi-VHF (7 - 13) and a very few broadcast on Lo-VHF (2 - 6). These channels are the RF channels, not to be confused with the channel number displayed on your TV set which is the virtual channel number. If you go a web site like http://www.antennapoint.com/ and search for TV transmitters, it will list both the RF channels and Virtual channels.

The Jack and Winegard with Wingman perform about the same for UHF channels, but the Winegard does much better for VHF.

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