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  1. Member Frank-0-Video's Avatar
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    Greetings ....

    Have just recently come across mentions of the Winegard Flatwave antenna, designed for High VHF as well as UHF.

    If anyone has had any experience with this antenna, can you please tell me how good is it? ALSO - do other brands market one similar to it?

    Thanx-A-Lot, Frank-0-Video
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    I don't have experience with the Winegard Flatwave Antenna.The elements sandwiched inside the covering could be different, but the Mohu Leaf Antenna is similar in appearance and price. Both get lots of positive reviews.
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  3. You can't expect much from those kinds of antennas, they're fine if you live close to the transmitters and have no obstructions in the path (that includes large trees). The only advice I can give for your specific situation is go to TVfool's site, fill in the info and pay attention to the color code in the channel listing (the legend is at the bottom of the page).
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