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  Reply # 1043188 13-May-2014 19:32
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MikeAqua: Cheers for the tips. 

I have tried removing the splitter and substituting a connector - it doesn't help. 

Just had a thought about the antenna though.   Does it matter if the long axis of the reflectors is parallel or perpendicular to the elements?


Definitely.
Horizontal
http://api.ning.com/files/d*-7kVWFfllPbIs2QaceOKNtXO-5sOT-fklyB1fXX5DK7w9-WMt1cH29RBG0Fcl*YaLbOKKheTrtUFHNY*hqi-yojOLjsCO8/HorizontalPolarity.jpg


Vertical
http://api.ning.com/files/3AUW0abOoehh2WjxSi3bSI2K86y*HTeflNz6eW0lZmaujCrRtX5wwIVit*VwMU4KTA5BNVZsEB82AZCFvVjV3NOTYeX4UCjC/VerticalPolarity.jpg



Yours should be vertical.



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  Reply # 1043274 13-May-2014 21:44
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Ok, thanks. I'm on the road for work at the moment but I'm almost certain I have
the reflectors wrong. This could be a eureka moment.




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  Reply # 1050345 21-May-2014 11:18
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Problem solved.  Moved the reflectors 90 degrees to align with the elements and bingo, pixelation is gone, unless the weather is very bad.




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