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VHF/UHF HDTV 60 Mile Fringe Yagi AntennaMCM Part #: 30-2440  |  Stellar Labs Part #: 30-2440

VHF/UHF HDTV 60 Mile Fringe Yagi Antenna 4.3 stars from 9 reviews.
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Fringe VHF/UHF/HDTV Outdoor Antenna
Highly rugged, 28 element directional antenna is engineered to receive VHF-Hi and UHF signals for digital and high definition television broadcasts. It is especially useful in areas where digital broadcasts still exist on VHF channels. Corner Yagi design provides exceptional directivity and gain..

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Product Description

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  • Triple boom for exceptional signal gain
  • Exclusive snap open design for greatly reduced installation time
  • Single combined VHF/UHF, 75ohm female “F” connection
  • Heavy duty construction with rugged mast clamps and associated hardware
  • Overall length: 43.5”
      • VHF Specifications:
      • Frequency range: 174~230MHz
      • Max gain: 10dB
      • Max front/back ratio: 16dB
      • Horizontal beam width: 66°
        UHF Specifications:
      • Frequency range: 470~862 MHz
      • Max gain: 14dB
      • Max front/back ratio: 30dB
      • Horizontal beam width: 43°

Product Reviews

  • "Worked perfectly" by erubin on 1/4/2015
    Overall: 5 out of 5

    I needed to add an off air antenna for my in-laws as cable was getting too expensive. They're 30 miles from the TV transmitter site. I ordered this model based on a recommendation from a more knowledgeable friend than myself. It arrived in just a few days and was very easy to assemble. My hope was that I could get away with installing it in the attic as I was hesitant to climb 2 stories to mount it on the roof. Too my great surprise, it works beautifully in the attic, pulling in about 15 different stations. The mounting was very simple and the directions just fine. Overall a good investment

  • "Okay, better than any other antenna I have tested." by jneubauer on 11/1/2014
    Overall: 3 out of 5

    Maybe I just live in a difficult spot. Most of my stations are in the 186 to 199 degrees area and about 12.5 miles away yet reception is often problematic. Sometimes some stations will be excellent with 8 (out of 10) bars strength and other times the same station will drift in and out with the signal changing from zero to 3. Some stations within the arc but at 37.5 miles cannot even be detected, let alone be watched. other stations within the arc consistently show a signal strength of 7 to 9 bars at all times while yet more stations cannot even achieve 3 bars consistently. Positioning is VERY critical and sometimes elevated to 15 feet works well yet other times less than ten feet is better. I've tried several locations in the yard and ALL are different. One thing to note is the two VHF stations I receive have the most stable signal in all weather conditions whereas the UHF stations are the more problematic.

    ALL of the above is with the use of a 12 db amplifier, without the amp I get very poor reception. In total I can recognize about 30 to 39 channels on a scan (it varies with antenna placement and height) yet at least 25% of them are unwatchable sue to poor or varying signal strength. Another bunch are religious or shopping so of no interest to me leaving about 13 channels that I might actually watch.

  • "Antenna is great for distance!!" by scotty077 on 8/4/2014
    Overall: 5 out of 5

    Purchased this antenna on 7-30-2014 & received it 3 days later. I live In Temecula CA 79 miles away from the Los Angels broadcasting tower & 84 miles from San Diego tower. I was a bit skeptical because the details on the antenna said the range It was 60 miles so I purchased a Winegard amplifier to push it into the 80 mile range needed to pick up signal. Installed the Antenna 25ft of the ground facing the Los Angles towers & only picked up 9 Channels. Was pretty bummed out so I called customer service for some advise & they told me that I have done everything I could to get signal so now it's time to put up a bigger antenna that can pull in a better signal. So I started reading on some Antenna forums & read a lot of people saying that the amplifiers can cut down on the amount of channels that you can receive. Got back on the ladder & pulled of the amplifier and rebooted the tv. Almost couldn't believe my eyes!!! The tv scan was saying 132 channels!! Sat down & went through all of them. A good 70 where In English & the rest in different languages. Super happy with the antenna & would recommend to anyone wanting to get channels over 60 miles out. Can't beat the price the quality of this little antenna!

  • "Good investment." by on 7/24/2014
    Overall: 5 out of 5

    Receives weak VHF without using an amplifier.

  • "Works Great" by boff11 on 5/4/2014
    Overall: 4.5 out of 5

    I have had this antenna for about six months. It is roof mounted on a short mast. I live around 30 miles from the transmitters. Very happy with the reception. It works flawlessly. I also use it to record TV shows with a Home Media PC and never had an issue. It went through a severe winter here and it held up very well.

  • "Good reception, weak mechanically" by praudio on 12/21/2013
    Overall: 3 out of 5

    Reception seems fairly good so far. If you can get it up high (>30 ft.), over flat terrain and assuming the station is fairly powerful and broadcasts off a very high tower, it might actually make its 60 mile rating.

    The problem is that the boom is only about 0.71" square (cross-section) and made of 0.31" thick aluminum. This might be ok of the antenna was supported in the middle of the assembly ( clamp-to-mast location), but, instead, the antenna clamps to the mast at the extreme rear of the boom. This puts huge leverage on the rear of the boom -- I doubt it would survive a 40 mph wind, or a quarter inch of ice: Both are common events in the mid-South.

    Almost as bad, this design puts enormous torque on your mast if there is much wind. This may twist your antenna in it's clamp or at the mast clamp to its mount or a rotator, or it may damage your rotator. Or it may simply break the clamp with time. (In a good boom antenna design, the wind load to the rear of the mast would approximately balance the wind load to the front of the mast.)

    The only way I can see using an antenna of this type, with this (mounting) design with such a light boom is:

    In an attic.

    On a mast with very serious bracing added. Hopefully the structure would durable and not be too "real Rube Goldberg".

    Two on a mast, essentially back-to-back, and well braced. I am thinking of running a steel re-rod or steel bars as far in from the back of the boom as possible, and probably adding external bracing as well. This will hopefully work, but not even including my time, will probably cost as much as the 2 antennas did, when all is said and done. And it will be heavy. At least the good news is that most of our "main" stations are in 2 groups, roughly 180 degrees apart.

  • "Home install" by doughertyp on 10/26/2013
    Overall: 4 out of 5

    This antenna is easy to set up and install. HDTV VHF and UHF is suprising good. 10 foot mast, on roof, works great. San Fernando Valley Calif. I'm picking up some stations over 60 miles away. Go for it!

  • "Antenna pulls in strong signal." by Gary1gee on 8/5/2013
    Overall: 4.5 out of 5

    I like that it can get UHF and VHF. Beats a terrible and more expensive antenna with booster. This was easy to put together.

  • "Snap to install" by hdtv25 on 7/30/2013
    Overall: 5 out of 5

    I recently installed this antenna in my attic. With a little direction tuning and a amplifier I picked up all of my area stations which are 40 to 50 miles away and spread over a 40 degree arc. The one thing that really stood out when install this antenna was how easy it was to assemble. There are only three wing nuts and two of those are for attaching the antenna to the pole. Otherwise everything either folds out or simply snaps into place. I've assembles a number of antenna in my life and this was truly the first one I can say was a pleasure to work with. I would recommend this product.

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Package Specifications & Dimensions
Weight:5.9 lbs.
RoHS Comp:Yes
Warranty:90 days
Need to Return?
Length:44.75 in.
Width:9.5 in.
Height:6.5 in.
Shipping Information
Extra Shipping Charge:No
Drop Ship:No
Catalog Pages

MCM Cat 57, Page 242

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