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Re: Roof-mount antennas...
In article <01ID4QJ9T1DM8ZET5S@delphi.com> you write:
>I've decided that rather than drill a hole in my rear fender to mount an
>external antenna on my '89 200q, I'd like to go with one of those amplifed
>Fubas on the roof ... rather than mount it on the back of the roof, I'm
What about the "through the glass" mount antenas? I haven't checked, but
I'd think you'd be able to get one that would work well in the FM frequency
range (100MHz). I've been very happy with the 150MHz/440MHz one that I
have on my RX-7, and will probably install one in the new A4 along with
a 10M one as well possibly. Then a cell phone? At least they'll disguise
the radar detector. :-)
The story goes: This lady calls about having problems with her new TV
setup. A repairman comes out and quickly finds that the external ant
isn't hooked up. She says "The TV station is 30 miles from here. I figured
it could make it the last 3 feet on it's own."
"If all you have is a hammer, every problem tends to look like a nail."
Sean Reifschneider, Inimitably Superfluous <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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