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Directional TV Antennas

In some cities like New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles, all stations are broadcast from one central area, the Empire State and GE Buildings in New York, the Sears Tower or Hancock Building in downtown Chicago, and Mt. Wilson in Los Angeles. If you live in an area like this, a directional antenna may be your best choice. Simply determine your distance from the towers by going to www.antennaweb.org, get a directional antenna, and point it towards the transmitters. If digital stations are broadcast in both UHF and VHF, you may have to consider a UHF/VHF antenna. If not, you are probably better off using a directional UHF antenna.

UHF Uni-Directional Antennas
UHF Uni-Directional Antennas
These HDTV antennas are excellent in areas where multi-path distortion is an issue.
VHF Uni-Directional
VHF Uni-Directional
These antennas receive low band VHF signals, high band VHF signals and all of the major UHF signals.

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