Rabbit Ears Antenna?

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Rabbit ears antennas have been around for many years. The advent of cable television replaced the need for these antennas. Some people still use them however.
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1. Move your antenna away from other electronic devices. If possible, place it high up near a window. Walls and electronics such as televisions and DVD players can obstruct the signal
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Marvin Middlemark invented "rabbit ears" the "V" shaped TV antennae. Among Middlemark's other inventions were a water-powered potato peeler and rejuvenating tennis
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A "rabbit-ears" antenna with a UHF loop antenna.
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A rabbit's ears are long to help him keep cool! As the blood circulates through the long veins of the ears, it cools. This keeps the rabbit from overheating. To find more information
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