What Sort of Aerial Do I Need for Freeview?

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The standard type of TV aerial is what you need for freeview. It is mounted on a pole, and consists of a rod with a reflector at the back and many spiky elements at the front. It has a connecting cable that connects to the element nearest reflector, known as the driver. The aerials are directional and so pick up signals best from a transmitter that the rod points towards.
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