All TV broadcasts have gone digital, meaning those old rabbit ears are useless. If you want access to the free channels in your area, it’s time to use an HDTV antenna.
There are plenty of indoor antenna options that can help you access everything on the air, but if you need a little help, tap or click here for a few suggestions.
Great, now you have an antenna. But how do you know what channels are available in your area? Turn to this site for a quick and easy search option.
Make sure you survey your area for all the available channels and their corresponding signal strength. Not sure how? Use AntennaWeb.
It’s as simple as adding your address or ZIP code, and AntennaWeb reveals all the networks and their channels, their distance, band, heading (direction) and signal strength relative to the area.
It’s a nice way to see all the TV broadcast towers in relation to your home to give you an idea of how to properly position and orient your TV antenna to get the channels you want.
Keep in mind that your home’s surrounding landscape plays a big part in your antenna selection and channel availability. If you live in an area surrounded by hills, mountains or even buildings, your reception may be poorer than what these tools indicate.
Ready to see all the TV channels you can get for free? Visit AntennaWeb today.