Group A Red Tip UHF TV Aerial

SKU: UHFA
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Group A Red Tip UHF TV Aerial

Tekeir

Pickup available, usually ready in 24 hours

Unit 7 Dublin Rd. Business Park
Portarlington
Laois
R32 DR6Y
Ireland

+353578605251
  • Group A Red Tip UHF TV Aerial
  • Delivers superior results on Group A UHF transmissions, ensuring clear channel reception.
  • Equipped with a grid deflector to block unwanted signals from secondary transmitters.
  • Optimized for the lower end of the UHF band, perfect for specific TV transmitters.
  • Designed to provide optimal results even in areas with traditionally weak signals.
  • Requires only 30cm of pole space, ideal for installations where space is limited.
  • Manufacturer: Blakes

The TV Aerial (Group A Red Tip, UHF) by Blakes is a specialized solution for enhancing TV reception, particularly in areas served by Group A UHF transmitters. This 10-element UHF aerial is tailored to cover the lower end of the UHF band, ensuring it picks up the desired channels with clarity and consistency.

This aerial design focuses on maximizing reception quality, particularly in locations known for poor signal reception. Its ability to deliver results comparable to a Grid TV aerial, yet at a significantly lower cost, makes it an appealing choice for budget-conscious consumers. Additionally, its compact size, requiring only 30cm of pole space, makes it ideal for tight spaces or crowded installations.

The aerial is versatile and can be used in conjunction with a diplexer and FM aerial, broadening its scope to pick up a variety of UHF and FM broadcasts. This versatility makes it a great all-in-one solution for diverse broadcasting needs.

The kit includes a deflector plate and mounting bracket, ensuring a stable and secure installation. It's also designed to minimize interference from secondary transmitters, ensuring that the signal remains as clear as possible.