|Mast Pipe Size
(Mast not included)
|3/4" up to 1.7/8
|Down Lead Connection
||75 ohm Coax Cable
The 75 ohm down lead coupler simply snaps into place for fast, easy assembly; eliminates the need for matching transformers when using coax cable. Steel hardware is zinc plated for maximum corrosion resistance; flexible polyethylene boot covers protect connections from the weather.
Engineered for extra strength, high-impact ABS girder design and support insulators.
Platinum HD antennas deliver powerful VHF performance and offer additional 1 dB to 2 dB higher gain on VHF and UHF/HDTV, important for weak signal areas.
Outstanding UHF/HDTV reception achieved by precise director spacing and highly efficient corner reflector
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The HD 7082P antenna is a great choice for signals rated and a good choice for signals rated To receive signals rated it's recommended that the antenna be mounted outdoors.
Signal amplification requirements for the HD 7082P antenna
1A. If the coax cable run from the antenna to the TV is 50 feet or less and the TV signals are all rated and a signal splitter is not in use signal amplification will likely not be required.
1B. To receive TV signals rated install the AP 8700 preamplifier.
2A. If the coax cable run from the antenna to the TV is greater then 50 feet and or a 2 way signal splitter is in use install the AP 8700 preamplifier.
2B. If any or all TV signals are rated install the AP 8780 preamplifier.
3A. If a 3, or 4 way signal splitter is in use install the AP 8700 preamplifier for signal
3B. If any or all TV signals are rated install the AP 8780 preamplifier.
4. If a 6, or 8 way signal splitter is in use install the AP 8700 preamplifier and the HDA 200 distribution amplifier for any combination of signal ratings. Install the HDA 200 within a 100 foot coax cable run from the antenna before the signal splitter on the antenna side of the splitter.
Determine if antenna rotation is required at your location.
Click on the FCC tab and open the FCC DTV page. Click on the call sign of each station that you want to receive. New information will appear below the call sign displaying the direction of the station transmitter from your location.
If the TV signals are rated and the transmitters are located within 80 degrees of each other a rotor will likely not be necessary. If the transmitters are separated by more then 80 degree with a TV signal rating of a rotor to aim the antenna will likely be needed for best results.
If the TV signal ratings are and the TV transmitters are within 40 degrees a rotor will likely not be needed. If the TV transmitters are separated by more then 40 degrees with a signal rating of a rotor to aim the antenna will likely be needed for best results.