UFOs Land With Free OTA TV

ONTARIO, CA -- Engineers at ANTOP have looked to outer space for design inspiration on their UFO line of outdoor antenna products. The UFO line of amplified omni-directional outdoor antennas are a part of ANTOP's national product launch allowing consumers multiple "cut-the-cord" options to enjoy the freedom of no-cost broadcast TV.

The UFO over-the-air digital TV antenna models feature omni-directional technological characteristics providing excellent non-adjustment reception from various signal origination locations, a compact design for easy installation, and utilize innovative weather-resistant materials. In addition to home use the omni-directional signal reception makes the UFOs perfect for mobile homes and RV usage. The AT-414B model provides a signal coverage radius of up to 65 miles from the broadcast source, the AT-416B covers up to 40 miles.

AT-414B/416B Product Features

•SmartPass Amplifier, exclusive ANTOP technology, uses an all-in-one design allowing easier connection while delivering the correct balance between short and long range reception.
•4G LTE filter: built into all ANTOP products, blocks 3G and 4G wireless signals for noise-free digital reception.
•High Gain reception technology, shielded for minimum interference.
•Durable exterior, waterproof design with UV coating.
•Supports VHF & UHF digital signals.
•Mounting accessory options.

ANTOP combines aesthetically pleasing product designs suitable to match a wide range of home décor styles and the latest technology to provide a crystal clear HDTV reception. Each ANTOP antenna is supported by a dedicated team of international product engineers ensuring users receive the highest quality products.

For additional information visit, http://www.antopantenna.com
 

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