No Sattelitte Involved :-0

j.m.

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#1
This might be in the wrong section :rolleyes:

Is there a signal strenth meter for Standard Terrestrial TV antenna installations?

*** Bows his head in shame***
1000 Lines I will never watch terrestrial TV again ;)
 
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#2
Many of the suppliers of satelltie meters also have alternatives that work on analogue (and digital) signals in the Band 3 to Band 5

Unlike the satellite meters though, I do not know of cheapy £25 bleeper models, this is probably because a wide band - 470-860 MHz input would register multiple signal paths from the many transmitters around a particular location.

Expect to pay upwards of £250 for one, with a selective tuner
 
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#3
The cheapest one I could see was the
LACUNA TM2
Analogue/Digital UHF/FM Meter
(All Muxes) c/w NiMH Batt, Charger, Case

£250 plus VAT
 

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#4
Now that is anti social :eek:

Umm looks like the good old boy scout method then :p

Thank you
 
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#5
Dont do a 'Rod'
 
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Should O' taken "Emu" wiv him :D
 
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