OTA digital antenna
Question 1: I’m not sure which antenna is most beneficial for my area since many stations tend to be UHF but two of the popular ones tend to be High VHF. Additionally I need an electronic digital converter field, have you any idea in which I can get one? Thanks A Lot. From Anton, in Alhambra, Ca.
Concern 2: i would like an antenna that will give myself both VHF and UHF reception. What is the most readily useful antenna which you suggest? – along cable are going to be about 50 or 60 ft. Do I need PreAmp? From Aubre in Howell, Texas.
Hi Anton and Aubre,
Since you both had questions with regards to how-to receive both VHF and UHF reception, I'm able to deal with you both within one solution.
We might recommend gonna . Here you will be prompted to set up your local area and you can see wherever your broadcast indicators are coming from. To recommend an antenna we have to consider how long you will be away from your broadcast towers plus the geographic terrain near-by. As an example, someone located in the town near the broadcast towers might encounter much more interference because of the high buildings, unlike somebody lifestyle outside the city, but without all those tall buildings, might get better reception.
Generally, our antennas can function as UHF/VHF antennas, however their success can be limited especially if you are attempting to get channels from the suprisingly low end of VHF (channels 2-6). Therefore Anton, because you indicated which you have actually large VHF locally we would suggest you think about the distance between your broadcast towers and any impediments you may possibly have.