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Supersonic SC-608AT Lightweight Flat Digital TV Antenna for HDTV

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Original price $14.62 - Original price $14.62
Original price
$14.62
$14.62 - $14.62
Current price $14.62
Product Details:
  • Receives free local HDTV & UHF Signals
  • Designed to receive 1080 HDTV broadcast
  • Ultra Thin and Lightweight Design
  • Universal Suction-cup Stand
  • Removable Suction Cups: Gives you the freedom to place the antenna on glass, wood or any solid surface
  • No Extra Power Required
  • Simple connection via built-in coaxial cable
  • Antenna for Digital TV/HDTV Reception
  • Frequency Range (VHF): 170-230MHz
  • Frequency Range (UHF): 470-860MHz
  • Gain: 5dBi(max)
  • VSWR: 3.0:1(Avg.)
  • Impedance: 75 ohm
  • Polarization: Linear
  • Cable: 3C-2V (1.5M)
  • Connector: F/IEC
  • Unit Dimensions: 11.61" x 4.96" x .03"
Easy Installation:
  • Simply connect the coaxial cable to your TV
  • Run a quick channel scan and you are ready to enjoy HDTV
Note: You'll be receiving (1) Antenna. The picture shows different angles of the item.

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