Free over-the-air HDTV channels have been broadcast for many years when the old analog broadcast where replaced.
If you are new to over-the-air HDTV broadcast you may be surprised that much of what you pay for with cable is actually free.
TV channels such as FOX, CBS, NBC, PBS and many more are free and can be picked up with a HDTV antenna.
So what is the best digital HDTV antenna?
Since this depends on many things from distance from TV towers to terrain lets look at popular options and for one that will fit your scenario.
Do You Live in a City?
If you live in a city than you are most likely close to TV transmission towers.
Since cites have large populations of people most will build transmission towers to benefit their citizens, even many small towns do this.
Being close to the towers means that your TV may be able to get a signal already by itself with no antenna.
To test it out simply switch over to antenna in your TV options and scan for channels.
If you have problems receiving a good signal an indoor antenna is is a good option.
A more expensive outdoor long range antenna can also be used but might not be of much benefit.
Do You Live Far Away From Any City or Town?
For those that live far away from a city or town transmission towers will also most likely be far away also.
Outdoor long range antennas along with boosters can help a TV receive a signal from far off.
Canyons, mountains, trees, or any obstacles will block a signal from getting through.
Finding the right antenna to get free TV signals is not difficult as long as you know how it works.
There will be situations when someone is too far from the towers or lives in a canyon that a signal cant penetrate.
If you live in a city always try to see if a signal can already be received before buying an antenna as you may be very close to the transmission.
Also keep in mind rain or bad weather conditions will also effect the signal.
Be sure to read reviews on antennas on Amazon, here, or elsewhere to be sure it is a good fit for you.
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