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Indoor TV Antenna

The leaf antenna is a flexible indoor TV antenna able to receive broadcast signals from up to 35 miles. The reversible black and white finish provides added versatility for moving the antenna to different locations in the home while remaining aesthetically pleasing. The leaf antenna provides free live digital TV networks including ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, PBS, The CW, Univision, Telemundo and more.


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Product Description

The leaf antenna is a flexible indoor TV antenna able to receive broadcast signals from up to 35 miles. The reversible black and white finish provides added versatility for moving the antenna to different locations in the home while remaining aesthetically pleasing. The leaf antenna provides free live digital TV networks including ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, PBS, The CW, Univision, Telemundo and more.




The leaf antenna is a flexible indoor TV antenna able to receive broadcast signals from up to 35 miles. The reversible black and white finish provide added versatility for moving the antenna to different locations in the home while remaining aesthetically pleasing. The leaf antenna provides free live digital TV networks including ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, PBS, The CW, Univision, Telemundo and more.

Electrical Specifications

Frequency Range

174-240MHz/470-860MHz

VSWR

≤2.0

Input Impedance

50/75 Ω

Gain

25 DBI

Working voltage

12V

Mechanical Specifications

Antenna Color

Black/Other

Input connector

F male(Customizable)

Cable length

3M(Customizable)

Working Temperature

-40~+85

Working Humidity

20~80%

Packing Information                                                       

Size

300*330*0.5MM

Package size

360*370*30mm

QTY/Carton

20pcs

Carton size

405*370*530mm

G.W.

7.9KG

20'' Container

7000pcs

40'' Container

14500pcs

40''HQ Container

17000pcs


Product Description

1. Receives free broadcast High Definition TV signals (such as ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, and Fox). 

    Supports 1080i, 1080 and 720p.

2. UHF/VHF indoor antenna,

   Suitable for DTV/HDTV/HD/DTC receiver, also support PC and NB when with connect.

3. Easily hidden behind a picture, bookshelf or television. 

4. Fast and easy set up with 3 steps - Unwrap, Plug it in and Scan channels.

5.  Very convenient, You can put it higher on the wall; lay flat on the table; place it high on the window (strongly recommended), and it will provide you with opportunities to watch crystal clear digital & HD shows! If you don't want to mount the antenna on the wall/window.

6. If your location's HDTV digital terrestrial signal is weak or your place is far away from the broadcast tower, you need to buy High Gain TV Antenna Amplifier.

7. The specially designed circuit produces exceptional reception with compact size.



Super Thin Indoor HDTV Antenna:

Our Super Thin Antenna is specially designed for receiving digital over-the-air (OTA) TV broadcasts from all your local television stations. So never pay hugely expensive cable or satellite fees again and get all your local channels in crystal clear quality, absolutely free. 




How We Tested HDTV Antennas

We tested HDTV antennas in our testing apartment and then in a rural home. In both settings, the antennas were identically situated to replicate a typical home installation alongside a living-room television. We followed each instruction; we didn't go to extraordinary lengths — such as stringing additional cables or hanging them out a window — to find optimal reception areas. However, we did determine a position where stations could be consistently received in a convenient and repeatable installation.

 

With each antenna, we conducted a new scan of available channels, repopulated the program guide, and then checked each station's reception for video and audio quality. Some stations listed as captured proved to be unwatchable when we checked them individually. Many channels suffered from pixelated video artifacts and stuttering soundtracks, the sort of distortion experienced on satellite services when there's a major storm.


What to Look For When Buying an HDTV Antenna

Amplified vs. Nonamplified

Typically, HDTV antennas are divided into two categories: those with amplifiers and those without.

Nonamplified antennas don’t require any additional power source; simply plug it into your TV and you’ll be ready to go. However, these antennas typically aren’t as good at receiving signals from longer ranges, so they’re better suited for cities and more urban areas, where the broadcast signals don’t have to travel as far.

Amplified antennas are best for the suburbs and rural areas, where a TV signal has to travel a greater distance. They also tend to perform better in rainy or stormy conditions, which can also affect how well a signal travels. However, amplified antennas require their own power source, which will require you to plug them into an outlet, or in some cases, a USB port in your TV. 

 

Range

When buying an HDTV antenna, you want to first determine how close you are to broadcast signals, so you can see what range antenna you’ll need. Sites such as www.nocable.org and www.antennaweb.org will let you enter your address to see how many stations are within your area.

HDTV antenna makers will advertise an effective range for their antennas, which can go from 25 miles up to as far as 85 miles. The larger the range, the longer the reach—and the more expensive the antenna.

Design

Most HDTV antennas look like, and are about the same size, as a sheet of paper with rounded corners. They’re designed to attach to an interior wall or window, and blend in with their surroundings.

Antennas with a greater reach (more than 50 miles), are designed to be mounted outdoors or in an attic, and tend to look like the old-school roof antennas from before the days of high-def TV.

 

Indoor vs. Outdoor

For most people, an indoor 25- or 50-mile indoor antenna will suffice. These are typically mounted on the inside of a window, and come with double-sided 3M tape. You need to consider how far the window is from your TV, and get an antenna with a longer coaxial cable.

If you live in more rural areas, you may need an antenna with a longer range, or one with an amplifier. Long-range antennas are mostly designed for outdoor installation, so you’ll have to think about their placement, as well as how you plan to run a wire from the antenna to your TV. 

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