Operation Frequency: UHF 470-810MHz, VHF 174-230MHz
Output Impedance: 75?
Polarization: Horizontal/ Vertical
Receiving Range: Omnidirectional reception
Amplifier working voltage: DC5-9V
Coax Cable Length: 10 ft.
Cable Connector: F-type connector
1.Enables access to free channels only - does not enable access to paid channels such as ESPN/Fox News
2.It is-obviously-very sensitive for positioning. Please try to put the antenna to a higher location,like on a wall or window perfectly facing the nearest broadcast tower,no obstacle outside,no tree,buildings etc.
3.Before buy please check the FCC website dtv.gov website and the DTV reception maps in your specific area. Just move to the place that the signals available in your area.
4.Always re-scan for channels after moving the antenna.
5.The amplifier may cause self-oscillate if your house is super close to the broadcast tower. In this case, Please take the amplifier off the antenna and try again.
1.Please make sure your TV has a HDTV Tuner,If not,kindly suggest you buy a Digital Converter Box.Then you can receive Crystal Clear FREE HD local TV channels.
2.If the signal is weak or no signal: Maybe the high-frequency amplification tube was breakdown by the leakage of the static electricity or TV, set-top box.
3. If it can accept the signal but the screen is not clear or receive a few television stations Maybe the place where the antenna is and the geographical environment that caused the weak reception signal which lead to the picture shown as mosaic.
4.The signal may be susceptible to interference when raining or aircraft through. Because it transmits via terrestrial digital signal which can be affected by ground wave transmission.
5.Making sure it is set to "Antenna" or "Air". If it is set to "Cable", you won't find anything.