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Old 26-Sep-2020, 11:59 PM   #145
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Originally Posted by blackstone View Post
Tyler the Antenna Man said that an LTE filter may help and , also, a digital converter box.
You would only need an LTE filter if you had strong local cellular signals that are causing interference.

I have cellular/LTE signals where TV channels 39 and 40 used to be, but they are not strong enough to cause interference.

Video to show cellular activity at right end of scan:

downloads and then will play

downloads but you have to open
I use VLC player

Tyler has a lot of good ideas. One of the converter boxes that he uses is the Mediasonic HW-150PVR. It has a signal quality indicator that is very useful.

Signal dropout is at about 39 to 40%:

It also is able to add a channel after scan so that you don't have to rescan if you change antennas or antenna direction. A lot of TVs can't do that.

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