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A brief guide to the types of aerials for your television

By Johnny Harman Subscribe to RSS | February 6th 2012 | Views:
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This may be because the aerial is moving which will reduce your reception. The aerial is essential as it enables you to receive channels.

There are a number of different aerials which you may not be able to tell apart. Have a look at the aerial descriptions and the reasons why you would have each type installed.

The most used aerial is the Yagi aerial which is mounted to a pole that is fixed to the roof of your house. On the side of the aerial are shorter prongs which are also called elements. The more prongs a Yagi aerial has the more television reception it will receive. These are mostly used to transmit analogue television. They used to be popular before the digital switch-over.

Another aerial is a Grid aerial which is used to improve reception in low reception areas. These aerials are also good to gain more reception but do not tend to work with Freeview transmission.

You could use an indoor aerial instead but do not often pick up large amounts of signal. These usually do not work in built up areas where they are many walls. There are only a small amount of properties which use this type of aerial.

A Digital High Gain aerial are another type of aerial which you could have installed. These aerials have not one but two reflectors which usually have 100 elements, as it then picks up more signal. Digital high gain aerials are slightly more expensive than Yagi aerials but are great for families who want to watch TV but do not get great reception so this aerial enables them to watch their favourite shows. Aerial installation Aylesbury by mediastreamaerials.co.uk could arrange for this aerial to be installed on your property.

There are a number of alternatives to the aerials above such as a satellite dish which you can have fitted which you can have fitted by a number of providers. A great feature of satellite television is that you can also record programs and keep them stored so that you can watch them at a time which suits you.

There are many different types of aerials so you should also remember to use a reputable installation company. Choosing a company may be easier said than done, which is why you should remember to choose a well known firm that has a good reputation. Always make sure that usa a company which has been established for many years, who have not had any claims made against their business.

Enlisting the help of a company which has been suggested by a friend is a good way to find a good company. If you are still unsure then you should make a visit your friends home so that you can see how neat the company are.

We hope that the information provided has helped you to gather more information about on the different types of aerials. Reading the article may have helped you to choose the correct article and get the most out of your television, so that you can enjoy it to the full.

Johnny Harman - About Author:
Aerial installation Aylesbury - I usually spend my time liaising with people, organising teams and building action plans. I monitor work levels and keep a check on work levels so they are always up to standard - organising appraisals and assessments is one of my most prominent strengths and I have a mix of negotiation and communicative skills, which means I can solve work disputes quickly and take up recruitment duties too.

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