Excellent reception for local HD television (HDTV), digital terrestrial signals (VHF/UHF) and radio signals (FM)
Designed for indoor and outdoor, powerful digital HDTV reception
Built in super low noise, high gain booster
Retractable dipoles for best VHF reception
Large UHF loop improves image quality
Receive Range: UHF
UHF Gain = 30db +- 3db
VHF Gain = 20db
Frequency VHF = 47-230MHZ
Frequency UHF = 470-862MHZ
Impedance = 75
Working Voltage = 110v/60Hz ~ 120VAC
VSWR (voltage standing wave ration) <2
What you need to know after you connect your antenna?
After you connect your Antenna to the TV, refer to your TV instruction on how to set up the single source to Air/Antenna Type and scan the digital channels.
If you are using a digital converter box, please refer to the instruction for the converter box to scan the channels.
For most of the HDTV today, you will need to set up the signal source correctly in order to get the digital channels.
You can go to your TV menu and find the setting or installation option. Set up the signal source to AIR/Antenna.
After you set up the signal source, go to Channel scan or Channel manage to scan the digital channels. This process will usually take 5-10 minutes to finish. You will be able to see the Channels count during the scan process.
If the Antenna Power on OK there should be no problem for the reception.
NOTICE Turn off the power when not using. If reception not stable, please adjust the antenna to different position.
Please keep in mind: Actual result can be different from location to location, since DTV broadcast are land based and subject to “line of sight”. The 150 miles mark can be reached in optimal conditions only. For more help on your physical location please visit www.fcc.gov. Unlike other venders that only care about selling you the item, we here at digitalhdsource.com want our customers to pick the right antenna in order to receive the maximum amount of free digital stations as possible. As not one antenna will work for everyone, picking the right one for your location is the key. By using the following steps you will have a good idea of which type of antenna is best for you. If you TV is not an UHF ready digital TV, please upgrade with an Digital TV converter box For more help please feel free to call one of our experts at: 626-239-7226