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Old 18-Nov-2017, 12:59 AM   #7
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an HOA cannot prevent, impede, or prohibit an OTA television antenna with very limited exceptions
And one of those exceptions includes condos where the property owner, resident, or tenant does NOT have exclusive use of the outside area. William indicated he's in condo.

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Would an aluminum shield, or screen above the antenna disperse the interference,
That's one of the few possible solutions. Others include a vertically stacked antenna such as a 4 or 8 bay (for UHF) or vertically stacked Yagis that minimize vertical beamwidth.

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the bigger GE antenna but it says it needs a ground.
There is no requirement to ground an antenna that is not outdoors.
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