Saturday, July 13, 2019



WITH PAYING SPECTRUM $60 FOR BOXES I AM LOOKING FOR ALTERNATIVES FOR THE GUEST BEDROOMS AND OUTSIDE

I check everything, and I believe this guys video

1 comment:

Tad Hasse said...

For your local channel needs, you would be well to consider https://www.channelmaster.com/STEALTHtenna_Digital_HDTV_Outdoor_TV_Antenna_p/cm-3010hd.htm
The local American side transmitters are for the most part located in the direction of La Feria. The Mexican side transmitters (except for channel 7) are well within the 90 degree coverage of this antenna. Channel 7 is so close that even though the antenna would be pointing 90 degrees away from it, the signal is strong enough that you will still get a solid, clear picture. Signal clarity differs these days from the old analog days of snowy pictures. There has to be sufficient signal to noise to reconstruct the digital data blocks into picture and sound. What did change when TV went from analog to digital was that channels like 4 and 5 were relocated from the VHF frequency range up to the UHF frequency range. The long and short is that the older antennas that were built to also pick up local channels 23 and 60 from the analog days are the proper antennas to use today with the digital TV spectrum.

I used to hold an Amateur Radio license, and built a lot of antennas.