[mythtv-users] OTA HD Antennas??
ctrown at safe-mail.net
Tue Nov 8 10:53:33 EST 2005
James C. Dastrup wrote:
>>So my requirements are, something I can install in the attic and requires no user intevention.
> If you have an attic, just buy the biggest UHF antenna you can fit. The same old
> TV antennas that you've seen on roofs for the past 50 years are the same ones that
> work with digital broadcasts. Most places sell them for under $100. Also, when
> testing your signal, if possible, use a tuner other than your Linux HDTV card, unless
> you're positive that your setup is working perfectly. Unfortunately, HDTV tuners
> are hard to come by, unless you have a new big TV with it built-in or a HD sattelite
> receiver. Otherwise, I might even suggest you get your HD card working under
> Windows to test your signal, at least if your background is in Windows.
So I guess this means there is no signal strength meter utility
under Linux? MythTV has a signal strength meter when it's scanning
channels, but that doesn't stay on the screen. Not too usefull for
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