Types of TV Aerial
TV aerials come in all shapes and sizes.
They occasionally get a glance from passers by curious about a new aerial that somebody as just had fitted.
If you are in the market for a new TV aerial how do you find your way around this jungle of possibilities. The no1 factor in the type of aerial you nee d for your area is the signal level for instance some parts of Sheffield are very hilly and present you with a lot of choices If you do live in a difficult reception area then local knowledge will always put you in the picture,and if aerials are sitting a top long poles,asking the neighbor or anybody on the street will you give the the answer
On the other hand if you live very close to a transmitter far far to much signal becomes a real problem,case in point is the emley moor transmitter which ;looms ever larger as you travel up the m1,anything within 10 miles will cause you a lot of stress.
The most common type of TV aerial is a yagi aerial that compromises directors and two reflectors at the rear of the aerial this as by far the most widely found aerial design found in small and larger variations depending on what type of signal area you are n some can be up to 8 feet long needing some impressive brackets.
In really extreme areas a mast with tie wires is needed to grab the whiff of signal that is available,types s will be found in rural areas. Another type of system is an aerial perched on a hill ,with repeater amps to the house further down the valley often protected against sheep nibbling away at it.
What aerial installation do you need isn't as simple as it seems
The best Aerial for Digital tv is the Log periodic
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