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Hi, here are some pictures of horn instalations in Czech Republic (Boskovice and near neighbourhood).  We have installed more than 150 horns and experiences with those antennas are the best. Almost every horn is used with Rocket 5AC Prism. 

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@Alik: thanks a lot for the pictures and feedback! We are always happy to see our Horns installed “at home”, either in Slovakia or in Czech republic. Are you guys also planning to use some UltraHorns, UltraDishes or  upcoming Asymmetrical Horns? :)

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I own an UltraDish TP 550 antenna, which is good for experiments in the field, due to its low weight. It can be easily carried around thanks to the red handle. Also, it has a nice radiation pattern. There also some disadvantages though, like regulation of the elevation angle.

Few months ago we tested it at Dylewska Góra. This is a well elevated location in north-eastern Poland with LOS reaching over 50-70 km. The morning inversion provided good tropospheric ducting propagation and we successfully logged lots of distant Wi-Fi networks, also including indoor domestic routers (provided by Orange and UPC) at distances of over 120 and 140 km (!).

More photos: https://fmdx.pl/2018/08/early-morning-on-dylewska-gora/

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I look forward to seeing bigger dishes from RF Elements in the future.

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