Refugee wrote:That one looks more the part.
It looks like one that would sell well in places with the TV stations at opposite ends of town.
It never seemed to matter.. There were dozens of those in our area, once upon a time, aimed at Holme Moss and Emley Moor - from here, that was virtually a dead straight line through both transmitters.. The little band iii elements have negligible affect on the band i signal.
The whole array was set out in a dead straight line in every case.
Given the nature of "co-site" transmitters, I'd think it extremely unlikely that you'd be "piggy in the middle" with a transmitter at either end.. It does raise the question though, was the 'X' component reversible on the off chance that might happen? As just could be the case if for some reason you preferred to watch BBC (North) from Holme Moss and Granada TV from Winter Hill, and you just happened to live in between.