Where signal will draw

Mar 5, 2018
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I live in Southwestern Riverside county in southern California.
We currently give our cable stations from Los Angeles but we actually are closer to San Diego. Where would I get my signal from?
 
The closer you are to the transmitter tower the better the over the air signal will be so I would guess that San Diego would be better. An omnidirectional antenna pulls from all directions so you might be able to pull in channels from both. A directional antenna will probably have more gain resulting in more channels or at least stronger signal strength which makes the channels more reliable.
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The closer you are to the transmitter tower the better the over the air signal will be so I would guess that San Diego would be better. An omnidirectional antenna pulls from all directions so you might be able to pull in channels from both. A directional antenna will probably have more gain resulting in more channels or at least stronger signal strength which makes the channels more reliable.
Check out
www.channelmaster.com
www.winegard.com
 
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