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osbertonbowls
- user joined since May 15, 2006
458 questions asked by this user
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How many words are used to define the word "set" in the 2nd Edition of the Oxford English Dictionary
In English language - asked by osbertonbowls - 2 answers - 9 years ago
Can anyone tell me why they are fighting over the last 20% of the land area of the former Ottoman province of Palestine?
In politics - asked by osbertonbowls - 1 answer - 9 years ago
Is anti-terrorist legislation a suitable instrument for bringing to heel friendly, western ,sovereign states financially?
In topical news - asked by osbertonbowls - 3 answers - 9 years ago
Hypocrites and charlatans? The archbishops of Canterbury and York.....
In topical news - asked by osbertonbowls - 2 answers - 9 years ago
Has anyone seriously tried to put lipstick on a pig? When? and why?
In science fiction - asked by osbertonbowls - 2 answers - 9 years ago

Answers

If you split the signal from your existing aerial it will mean halving the power to each device (-3dB). As you appear to be in a poor reception area this might be 3dB too far!
My advice to you is to increase the height of the existing aerial using a mast(signal strength increases dramatically with height), fit a masthead amplifier, and split the signal to each seperate location using a splitter box.


Go To Question - asked by osbertonbowls - 0 replies - 9 years ago

Well, deviating slightly, I gotta say the best song that never won the eurovision song contest, because they entered the same year as Abba's Waterloo, was Mouth and mcNeil's 'I see a star' for the Netherlands.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RuUd0RAkVzA


Go To Question - asked by osbertonbowls - 0 replies - 9 years ago

This one in La Paz, Bolivia starts at over 11,000 ft so it must be in the running!%7


Go To Question - asked by osbertonbowls - 0 replies - 9 years ago

Not unless she buys it first!


Go To Question - asked by osbertonbowls - 0 replies - 9 years ago

No i think there suppost to be humerous i think that they are totally made up though i live near london and the only one i agree with it the dont breath in lol although it takes it to the extream, everything else is just Culture and thats why you go to london for a holiday to experiance the history and culture of the country. Its like going to Australia and saying Dont have a barbie products like thats ever going to happen


Go To Question - asked by osbertonbowls - 0 replies - 9 years ago