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HDTV antennas come in one of 2 styles; a Directional (often referred to as a Yagi), or a Multi-Directional antenna.
A Uni-Directional antenna is able to receive signal from a field of 45-90 degrees, and because of this, it can reach farther than an omni-directional antenna and can maintain a stronger connection.
A Multi-directional (or omni-directional) antenna can pull signal in from a directional field of 360 degrees, which makes it possible to receive channels broadcasting from towers in opposite directions from one another.
To find out where your local towers are and which antenna will work best for you, enter your address on our Transmitter Locator page, or call the Connection Crew: 1-877-825-5572.


In some cities, all stations are broadcast from one central area. If you live in an area like this, a uni-directional antenna may be your best choice.


Multi-directional antennas are ideal for locations where transmitting towers are not centrally located or when one is trying to capture signals from multiple cities.

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