[Latest 2019] HD Digital Indoor TV Antenna, 80 Miles Range Amplified HDTV Antenna 4K VHF UHF 1080P Freeview Local Channels High Gain Channels Reception w/ Amplifier Signal Booster & 13FT Coax CableCategory: Vhf Uhf Outdoor HdtvCut The Cable Now & Enjoy Free TV Show With Your Family Never pay expensive cable or satellite fees again! Our HDTV Antenna can get access to your local news, weather, sitcoms, kids and sports programs, including ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, Fox, Univision and more. Absolutely FREE forever. Free to watch TV, satellite signal is a fee, the ground wave digital signal is free. Reception Range: 35 miles (60-80 miles with Amplifier) Generally, the Antenna should be keep far from disturbance source, air conditioner/refrigerator/microwave oven, etc. Antenna amplifier is included to provide added range and maximum signal reception for more channels if you are far away from broadcast towers. Importance: If a signal cant be received with the external amplifier, remove the antenna amplifier and try again. Amplified indoor aerials with 60-80 miles and 1080P 4K/VHF/UHF/FM stronger reception, detachable amplifier booster and 13FT high performance coax cable .Amplified aerial can be placed almost anywhere in your home. The antenna moves in different directions, find the best signal location fixed, try different locations. The super soft, unobtrusively thin design and powerful reception capabilities make this antenna a top choice for any home. Long life, on the interior, less affected by the external weather, the signal is stable and durable. Whats You Get 1*HDTV Antenna with 13ft coaxial cable 1*Amplifier 1*Instructional Manual 3*3M Stickers Specifications Working Frequency : VHF(170-240Mhz) \ UHF(470-860Mhz) Compatible with 720p, 1080i, 1080p, HD, 4K | ATSC Impedence : 75 LNA Gain : 30dB Connectors : F Male Reception Range: 60-80 MILES Size:9.85*9.85*0.02in High Performance Coax Cable : 1.5C-2V / Black L=13.2FT Voltage : 5V Power supply connector: USB Tips 1. "dtv.gov/maps" is run by the Consumer Electronics Association and the National Association of Broadcasters. The interface hasnt changed in over a decade, but its simple and the information is useful. Please visit website and find out what channels are available in your area 2. "TV Fool" is more complex but gives a lot more detail including gorgeous plots of theoretical signal strength 3. Strongly recommended without obstacles such as big trees, buildings or hills. Do not place the antenna in the basement or low-lying areas where the radio signal is very poor. 4. The actual receivable range may highly dependents on your distance and location. Areas with large obstructions such in valleys, mountains, etc. will reduce effective range. 5.Always re-scan channels after moving the indoor antenna, the result may be better.