51.5” wide, 33” high, 167” deep
Antenna weight: 10 lb.
The Winegard literature is correct: The antenna is for channels 7-69. So this antenna was obsolete on June 12. In every other respect this seems like a good antenna. But throwing away 2 dB for a short-lived market advantage seems silly to me.
The antenna has a combiner/balun that employs a ferrite transformer balun. Just from looking at it I would say it might be especially low loss for a transformer balun. But presently I have no way to measure the loss in such devices.
This antenna has no useful reception for channel 2-6. The UHF part of the antenna is 86 inches long.
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