Stop for a moment and look at the two antennas.
Lets forget about quality for the moment and look at the design.
The two television antennas use the same design.
Antenna A. Has 18 protruding elements on the upper main boom. Nine elements on each side of the antenna designed to receive VHF TV signals
Antenna B. Has two longer protruding elements looped around near the rear of the antenna. One element on each side of the antenna designed to receive VHF TV signals.
Nearly every location now has VHF TV signals. It wasn't always that way, but it is now. More and more channels are moving to VHF signal broadcasting. If you compare the VHF areas of the two antennas which antenna will perform better?
Antenna A. Has twenty four shorter protruding elements on the lower main boom. Twelve elements on each side of the antenna designed to receive UHF TV signals.
Antenna B. Has ten shorter elements at the front of the antenna. Five elements on each side of the antenna designed to receive UHF TV signals.
Nearly every location has UHF TV signals. In fact there's more UHF signals than VHF signals. Comparing the two antenna which antenna will perform better?
Comparing the quality of the two antennas.
Antenna A. In this case you do get what you pay for. Antenna A. comes with the antenna. The antenna is made with quality in the USA by the Winegard Company and can be purchased for $139.95.
Antenna B. In this case you do get what you pay for. Antenna B. comes with the antenna, signal amplifier, motor to rotate and in most cases coax cable. The antenna is imported and can be purchased for under $60.00.
With both antennas, you get what you pay for.
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