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Best Indoor TV Antenna HDTV Antenna for Local Channels

Thin Flat Indoor TV Antenna Digital Indoor TV Antenna For local TV Channel.
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.

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Product Description

Thin Flat Indoor TV Antenna Digital Indoor TV Antenna For local TV Channel.
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.



Thin Flat Indoor TV Antenna Digital Indoor TV Antenna For local TV Channel 


1. Antenna for DVB-T2
2. Antenna for ATSC
3. Antenna for ISDB-T digital  
4. Antenna for digital TV
5. Antenna for home use


Channel reception depends on the distance of the home from a broadcast tower, the terrain, the surroundings, and what's being broadcast in your area. If the distance between your home and broadcast towers is 20mile, choose our 25-mile range antenna will be better than a 50-mile range antenna. C&T antenna's user manual provides suggestions to guide you how to fix the no signal issues.


Specification
Model Number: C&T -DVB-T-330-H
Type: Indoor
Frequency Range:174-250MHz,UHF:470-862MHz
Frequency range:UHF470-862Mhz
LNA Gain:28dBi
Operation Voltage::5V
Impedance:75 Ω
VSWR:≤2.0
Power supply connector: USB
Current Consumption::20mA
Coax Cable:1.5C-2V
Cable length:3m
Connector:F-Male/IEC-male
Size:12.99*11.81*0.02 INCH
Weight:370g 
Mounting Paste
Radome Color Black
Operation Temperature : -45 ~ 85℃
Storage Temperature : -45 ~ 85℃




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.


New & free channels! Never pay hugely expensive cable or satellite fees Again! Get access to your local news, weather, sitcoms, kids and sports programs, educational programs etc., receives free broadcast high definition over-the-air TV signals such as ABC, CBS, NBC, pubs, Fox, Univision and others. Enjoy crystal clear HDTV shows, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 4K | ATSC available. This antenna is compatible with all types of TV converter boxes and digital.


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.


A television antenna, or TV aerial, is an antenna specifically designed for the reception of over-the-air broadcast television signals, which are transmitted at frequencies from about 41 to 250 MHz in the VHF band, and 470 to 960 MHz in the UHF band in different countries. Television antennas are manufactured in two different types: "indoor" antennas, to be located on top of or next to the television set, and "outdoor" antennas, mounted on a mast on top of the owner's house. They can also be mounted in a loft or attic, where the dry conditions and increased elevation are advantageous for reception and antenna longevity. Outdoor antennas are more expensive and difficult to install but are necessary for adequate reception in fringe areas far from television stations.


Please Note: 
1. For flatscreen HDTVs, please check the TV's manual to make sure the TV has a built-in tuner for receiving the over-the-air broadcast and make sure this tuner can receive HD signals or else it will not be able to receive and watch HD channels. 
2. Retune your TV and/or digital box from time to time to ensure you are receiving all available services. Returning takes only a few minutes using the remote control. 
3. Signal quality determines the picture quality and how many channels you can receive. Once you receive the antenna, hook it up to your TV, and try moving it around your home to find the placement with the best signal. You might be surprised how many HD channels you can receive! 
4. Antenna signal strength can vary depending on the distance from the tower, terrain, and weather. Reposition the antenna in a different location if needed. It is best for the antenna to be in the line of sight with the TV tower(s) and avoid obstructions. Always re-scan for channels after moving the antenna. 

Buying a TV Antenna
Why Get a Digital TV Antenna?
Just like C&T RF Antennas and record players, HD antennas are making a comeback as more and more people make the move toward alternative television options. Since many of the major broadcast stations (ABC, FOX, CBS, NBC, PBS) continue to send out signals for free, the best TV antennas can pull in a multitude of over-the-air (OTA) network and local channels broadcast by local television towers. You can pair these channels with cable or satellite TV services, or with streaming media devices to round out your entertainment options. All you need is an HDTV with a digital tuner and the right TV antenna.
Though not for everyone, the best HD TV antennas offer several advantages beyond the cost savings. Many viewers feel the broadcast quality using a digital TV antenna is superior, since the signal is uncompressed, unlike cable and satellite signals. Plus, it's possible that the antenna will be able to pull in regional or classic TV channels in your area not carried by your cable or satellite provider. The same is true for any sub channels, extra channels that overlap the main signal, marked by decimal points (e.g. channel 3.1). Finally, with the best TV antennas, you're likely to have less interference during poor weather.
Choosing the Best HD TV Antenna Type
Don't be confused by the lingo. There is no difference between a traditional TV antenna and an HDTV or digital antenna. All HDTV/digital signals are still broadcast on the same frequencies used by the old analog broadcasting system, which you may remember was transitioned to digital in 2009. However, digital signals are much less forgiving of poor antenna placement than the old analog signals.
Generally, outdoor TV antennas mounted on the roof or in the attic are going to give you better reception. But if you live within a couple of miles of the transmitters in your area, indoor TV antennas should do the trick. You can also consider whether you'd be better served by a directional antenna — which works well in areas with hills, big trees or tall buildings because it focuses on signals coming from the direction it's facing — or a multi-directional antenna, which can pull in signals from more than one transmitter. Another option is an amplified antenna designed to increase the strength of weaker signals.
Other Digital Antenna Considerations
Perhaps you'd like more than one television in your home to benefit from your new digital antenna, so various family members can watch free TV at the same time, in different rooms. One way to do this is by connecting the televisions and antenna with coaxial cables and coaxial splitters. (Keep in mind, signal strength is diminished each time you incorporate a splitter.) If you have existing wiring installed for cable or satellite reception throughout your home, you may be able to leverage that system to bring your antenna reception to each of your TVs. Another way to go is to stream the OTA signals across your home to every connected device using your Wi-Fi router and a wireless over-the-air tuner. DVRs for OTA signals are also available if you're looking to time-manage your viewing.
The bottom line is that there isn't a one-size-fits-all TV antenna that will optimize OTA signals for each television in each location. Every situation presents different challenges to the signal strength, including distance and direction from the transmitter(s), and nearby terrain and signal-obstructing objects. In a nutshell, the TV antenna selection process starts with identifying the OTA channels available in your area, identifying where the transmitters for those channels are located, and then selecting an antenna that offers the range to optimally pull in those signals.

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