Over the Air
Over-the-air television reception is available almost everywhere. Find out what’s in your area and how to take advantage of it.
Here are two links to find out what channels you can receive at your home with an antenna:
This link is from the FCC and gives you DTV Reception Maps in your area:
If you are close to a transmitter you can use an amplified indoor antenna. For better reception, as well as being able to receive more over-the-air channels, we suggest an amplified outdoor antenna.
Types of Antennas
Amplified Indoor Antenna
FlatWave High VHF/UHF Indoor Amplified Antenna (50 Mile Range)
- Amplified HDTV reception up to 50 miles
- Revolutionary Clear Circuit Technology provides ultra low noise figure - 1.0 dB
- Receives more channels than unamplified antennas
- Minimizes pixelation and dropouts
- Extra long mini coax (18.5') makes finding the ideal location easy
- Dual band reception means you don't miss out on channels that other compact UHF-only antennas do
- This works fine for homes that are closer to TV transmitters
Amplified Outdoor Antenna
This type of antenna is the best for general use and maximum reception.
- Mileage range: up to 35 miles
- Receives VHF and UHF signals
- Omni-directional, no rotor needed
- Built-in Amplifier
- Antenna dimensions: 9.44" w x 3" h
- Unit weight: 1 lbs
- Includes: Amplified Antenna Head, Mounting Hardware, Power Supply, and Injector