Outstanding UHF reception from precise director spacing with efficient corner reflector system. Weak UHF signals captured and reflected with minimal loss to driven element for more uniform gain on UHF frequencies on Channels 14-69. Built-in 300 ohm VHF coupling block.
Covers UHF channels 14-69
Turning Radius: 58.5 in.
On antennas with more than one set of terminals, each set can have a specific RF characteristic. Use as directed for best performance
Discontinued - Recommended replacement is the HD-9032
26 Active elements
Box size: 90¼ x 6½ x 6½
(Formerly model PR-9022)
The high front to back ration makes this antenna great for HD
Boom Length: 78.5 in.
Width: 15 in.
Height: 25.5 in.
For Powerful Performance.Great UHF reception is accomplished by precise director spacing with efficient corner reflector system. Weak UHF signals are captured and reflected with minimal loss to the driven element for increased uniform gain on all UHF frequencies on Channels 14-69. Features built-in 300 ohm VHF coupling block.
dB gain over reference dipole
Beam width at half power points
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Recent Review: Free TV Guy - Eastern Shore M, Eastern Shore M - 3/28/2013 Good antennaGood price
Good antennaGood price Free TV Guy - Eastern Shore M, Eastern Shore M - 3/28/2013 I bought this antenna from Solid Signal this past winter (Feb.10)for my girlfriends house as an alternative to cable or satelite. Since it was winter we decided on an attic installation and if needed then an outside installation. Im happy to say its still in the attic. I have the antenna hooked to a 24db distribution amp with a 4ft. cable and then split after the amp to 4 TVs throughout the hou
Updated: ...is gain really that high? Mac - Texarkana TX, Texarkana TX - 3/28/2013 Heres an update to my previous review after more testing.Combining dissimilar antennas can give nice results for some stations though perhaps not for others.I had the Winegard HD9022 combined with a DB4e to pick up a weak signal channel 45 and that has worked ok for my system.A Triax 3537 box (only available from the UK?) took any stations from 7-35 off my Winegard 8800 into one input a
not bad but is gain really that high? Mac - Texarkana TX, Texarkana TX - 6/29/2012 Despite the alleged 14-15 dB gain across most of the spectrum I believe Winegard views this a medium-range yagi antenna while the 3 feet longer 9032 is their longe-range version. I needed it for an attic so the shorter 9022 seemed the perfect size especially given the gain rating is almost as good as for the 9032.The Shreveport towers are just under 60 miles away and the path is 2Edge for mo
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