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The right TV antennas and accessories facilitate access to between 50 and 100 free-to-air TV stations and broadcast channels for particular television types and locations. Whether you want to watch sports, hit shows, news or live events, all you need is a TV and the right antenna to access both the major networks and other over-the-air (OTA) broadcasts. The essential factors to consider when shopping for TV antennas and accessories include the type of antenna -- satellite or terrestrial, location -- indoor or outdoor, and gain and frequency coverage.
The external antenna picks up signals that are uninterrupted by buildings, walls and reflections by objects, delivering more vivid pictures and audio. The high-performance weather-proof antennas boast longer cables for convenient outdoor installation, and some include interference suppression to air clear and watchable channels.
Indoor antennas are TV accessories that are usually small, lightweight and typically flat, so you can easily set them up in a favorable position facing the transmitter. They are most suited for secure local channels. Still, you can opt for an attic installation with signal boosters and aerial TV mounts to strengthen the reception.
Digital TV antennas are high-range models that offer crisp 1080p and 4K broadcasts across both VHF (Very High Frequency) and UHF (Ultra High Frequency) ranges, guaranteeing quality reception in areas with many signal obstructions. Find a model with a weather-proof mounting base for safe and secure attachment outdoors, and a motorized rotor that allows you to make adjustments without getting too dirty. Most digital TV antennas are compliant to the ATSC 3.0 standards, meaning you can upscale the broadcasts, satellite and cable feed to 4K Ultra HD TV screen pixel quality. Some HDTVs have multi-function digital converter boxes or separate set-top boxes for tuning and converting broadcast signals from analog to digital. Choose an HDTV antenna with a large surface area for a more reliable signal and higher gain.
Multi-directional digital TV antennas receive and broadcast the best signal from the ones collected from multiple directions. You can also use directional HD antennas with a rotor so that you can pick up signals from various directions, free from multipath distortion and noise. Directional digital TV antennas transmit signals effectively over greater distances because of their single directional focus.
The TV aerial amplifier strengthens the TV signal your antenna receives for clearer pictures by overcoming height and size disadvantages. Experts recommend using a booster splitter to amplify the signal above the original signal, ensuring the broadcast quality does not drop. The antenna booster has an ordinary cable port and power leads, but external booster units have a weather-proof casing for withstanding the rigors of the weather and environment.