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 What is the difference between an active antenna and a standard antenna?

Answer An active antenna has a amplifier built in, a standard antenna does not. AKA powered antenna.
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What is the difference between yagi antenna and dipole antenna?

A yagi is a dipole with one or more DIRECTORS and a REFLECTOR added to it. It makes the dipole more directional and stronger.
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How can you tell the difference between a CB antenna and a VHF antenna?

The CB antenna is made for a limited band of frequencies and the VHF is a wide band antenna made for higher freqs. A CB antenna will not make a good tv antenna. A CB ant. is mounted on the vertical... Read More »
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Is it easy to obtain a TV signal with a digital antenna or a analog antenna Digital antenna is hard to turn.?

Digital requires a bit more signal, and most transitional digital transmitters are transmitting a lower power. Chances are, if you get a good analog picture, you will likely get the digital one.Rea... Read More »
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What is an active antenna?

Answer An active antenna is an antenna which has an amplifier attached very closely to it. The antenna/amplifier system is called an active antenna. It is used for receiving signals only. The idea ... Read More »
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