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Topic # 25414 20-Aug-2008 17:44
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Is the reception of DVB-T with an indoor UHF antenna a I/O deal since its a digital signal? (i.e. you either see it or not)





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  Reply # 158488 20-Aug-2008 21:30
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Hi, all depends, the problem with an indoor antenna is that you create a non consistant enviroment, may have a good signal that is well below the threshold one minute, then things move (people in room) and the wheels fall off the next.

Cyril

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