my current UHF antenna setup for station 858 in Stockholm/Sweden is far from optimal. I have a very bad QTH for UHF and I have tried several types of omnidirectional antennas for UHF without any success.
At the moment I have two stacked Yagis (H polarization) at two different directions - this only gives decodes from the strongest UHF downlinks.
My plan is to convert the yagis to circular polarization and point it to one direction.
My question to the community is - where should I point the antennas, to the south, west or to the east? (North is not an option because of large hills).
/Lars Thunberg SM0TGU