I need an indoor digital aerial

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I bought an OneinALL or whatever they are called for my freeview stick... and all i can say is that a plastic fork would do a better job!!

RF Signal and quality was 0%.

That was with a 40dBi booster.

Instead we are gonna fork out and get one mounted outside the building.
 

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carbon8ed said:
Loads on the auction sire - but so many I'm confused.

Anybody got one they can recommend - (didn't know where else to post this).

Cheers:confused:

everything that I have read indicates that indoor aerials dont work for freeview
 
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I used a 40db indoor antenna for freeview, sometimes its great, sometimes its terrible, and if you have a laptop w/ wifi turned on in the house, you get no signal at all!
 
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I bought a full size 52 element high gain wide band aerial for around £39. It's supposed to be mounted on the roof. I put it in the loft/attic. It took some tweaking to get the best reception. But I can get all available channels perfectly.

I have never been able to get any freeview via a standard or digital indoor aerial. Even analogue channels are noisy when using an indoor aerial and booster.

There are a lot of big trees around the house! When the leaves on these trees get wet, signal strength and quality drops. In very stormy/wet weather I do sometimes get pauses in the DVB stream of some channels.
 
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