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Aiming the Yagi Directional Antenna for Optimum Internet Access

If you have to pull in a very remote cell tower signal, a directional yagi antenna is just about your best bet. If you research the yagi antennas you will hear about how difficult they are to aim. Of course they are more difficult to aim than an omnidirectional antenna like the Wilson Trucker Antenna but you don’t have to be a rocket scientist by any

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The Ultimate Internet Access Project – Footnotes and Updates – Part 7

I have gotten lots of feedback on my Ultimate Internet Access Series which has six previous

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The Ultimate Internet Access Project -Part 6- Getting the Yagi Antenna Mounted

Yagi antenna 25 feet in the air above the Fish Bus

Mounting the Yagi antenna has required some real thought and research. I knew I had to get the antenna up in the air as high as possible. My research also indicated mounting the antenna to a metal pole was the best route.

I had a Flagpole Buddy already mounted to the rear ladder on my motor home and I decided to use that. Here are the various components I came up with to use in the assembly.

A stainless steel marine railing antenna mount that has a stud

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