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That is a good point Richard, in the area I am in, it is hard to get much FM DX, unless we get some assistance over the summer months.
I don’t know if an external antenna is necessary. My personal experience FM DXing with an ULR has been strictly with a barefoot receiver using only the attached telescopic antenna. To date I’ve logged 875 stations by Es, Ms and tropospheric modes from the Bahamas, Canada and USA. My primary receiver is a Tecsun PL-606.
Good DX all.
near Perry OK USA.
You have given me a great idea!
An antenna mounted on a tripod could be very helpful!
I may pursue that option, as I could locate it in a room or take it outside. I'll have to think about that a bit.
Interesting idea. I'm not big on a permanent antenna on the house. I wouldn't want to be "tied" to that.