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Topic # 84341 28-May-2011 19:33
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I found this on top of the ceiling. Is this a UHF aerial?
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  Reply # 475235 28-May-2011 19:44
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I can't see the picture.
If it looks like one of these: http://www.freeviewshop.co.nz/terrestrial-aerials-c-11.html then yes.



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  Reply # 475238 28-May-2011 19:47
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Thanks for your reply.
I uploaded image again.

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  Reply # 475239 28-May-2011 19:49
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No, its an omni directional VHF hi band caravan aerial.




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  Reply # 475395 29-May-2011 12:17
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like your picture spyware...looks like you were second in line at my house when that picture was taken, right before school on a warm spring morning...memories....

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  Reply # 476327 31-May-2011 18:34
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grebee: Is this a UHF aerial?

No I think it's one of those ghost detectors from Ghostbusters.

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  Reply # 476341 31-May-2011 19:08
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Hi, no its not a UHF antenna as suggested its a cludge BI/III caravan thing, find it a wheelie bin or a bunch of tomatoes in need of some support quick.

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  Reply # 476360 31-May-2011 19:47
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Deev8:
grebee: Is this a UHF aerial?

No I think it's one of those ghost detectors from Ghostbusters.


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