You do not need to have a street level view to be able to tell if you will be able to receive reception of OTA television stations.I live in Andover, NJ and I looked up TVFool and found that most of the channels fall in the grey zone. Should I give up on finding an antenna or does anyone think there's hope?
PS - I was looking into the DB8 with a pre-amp.
You do not need to have a street level view to be able to tell if you will be able to receive reception of OTA television stations.
Based solely on your location provided in your information, I personally would not invest any money attempting to get unreliable signals that are iffy at best in your location. Best to stick with cable/satellite in your situation.:up
No, that is not "All it can do". You continue with your gibberish ofAll it can do is amplify a signal to compensate for long runs of wire - loss.
UHF is not "full" in any one area. There are some channels that can't be used due to other stations using that frequency, but guess what...there are other frequencies that can be used.the UHF in some of those markets are already full
This statement however is just pure genius. I mean, nobody would have ever guessed that the terrain changes 20 miles from any one location. Pure genius. You really need to and read and learn before you spout nonsense like this in the future.you can get 20 miles away from the transmitter and the terrain changes, since the earth is not flat.