at a guess, I would say the with in 30miles, would be from a transmitter, not a
receiver. also, no matter what extra frequencies an antenna receives, if the
actual receiver it's connected to doesn't receive them, then unless I'm missing
something, nothing extra will be received.
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From: Jo (Redacted sender "jobennett39" for DMARC)
Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2019 10:58 AM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: the tviix antenna
They were talking about the new fix TV thing on the radio this morning.
Apparently it only works if you are within 30 miles of a receiver and how you
would find that out I don’t know. They were saying it was on Dragons Den.
First of all they said it cost about £40 and then they changed their mind and
said it was about £75. I’d be interested to know more.
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From: john gallagher
Sent: 15 January 2019 09:42
Subject: [access-uk] the tviix antenna
hi all i wonder if anyone is using the new tvfix antenna which apparently can
receive many more tv stations. it does this by getting the lower frequency of a
transmision. it says in the google news article that this is all legal and
rather than paying heavy cable tv costs it can save a lot of money. cheers all
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