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By: Johnny Harman
If you are currently living in a household where a television is in use, then you will have noticed that sometimes when there is strong weather conditions you may not get good reception.

This could be because the aerial is being moved which will reduce your reception. A television aerial is key as it allows you to receive the correct channels.

There are many different types of aerials which you may not know much about. Take a look at the aerial descriptions and what each aerial is for.

One of the most common aerials is the Yagi aerial which is mounted to a pole sitting on top of your roof or the side of your home. On the side of the aerial are prongs which are also called elements. The more prongs a Yagi aerial has the better it picks up signal which is why they are so popular. These aerials are used when transmitting analogue TV reception. Which is why they used to be popular in the past before the digital switch-over.

A grid aerial is another type of aerial which improves viewers television reception in poor or little reception areas. This type of aerial is also known for gaining more signal but are not usually used to transmit Freeview.

Alternatively you could have an indoor aerial instead which are generally not used for reviving free-view reception. These are only useful in areas which do not have thick walls. Not many households use indoor aerials.

Another aerial which you could have installed is a Digital High gain. On this type of aerial there are two reflectors which usually have 100 elements, as it picks up more reception than an aerial with less elements. They are usually more expensive than standard Yagi aerials but are useful for people who want to enjoy their TV but which live in poor reception areas and would not be able to watch them without this aerial. Aerial installation Aylesbury by mediastreamaerials.co.uk could install this kind of TV aerial.

There are a number of alternatives to the aerials above such as having a satellite fitted from a number of companies which means you will then have access to many channels. The beauty of a satellite is that you can also record programs and store them on your satellite box so you can then watch at a later date.

Not only are there many different types of aerials you should also use a company which has experience in fitting different types of aerials. Choosing the correct company is stressful, which is why you really should enlist the help of a company who have bags of experience and can fit aerials or satellites efficiently. You should make sure that you use a qualified company who have not had claims made against their company.

Enlisting the help of a company which has been recommended by a friend is a good way to find a good company. If you are still undecided then you should make a visit your family members home so that you can see the work for yourself.

We hope that the information on this article has helped you to learn about on the different television aerials. Reading the article may have helped you to choose the correct article and get the most out of your television, so that you can enjoy it to the full.

For more information see following link:
http://www.mediastreamaerials.co.uk/aerial-and-satellite-installation/aerial-and-satellite-installation-aylesbury

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