Duane from Jim’s Antennas Hope Valley and Adelaide City recently completed a digital antenna installation on a new home in Blakeview.
When completing this job, Duane chose to use an Australian designed and manufactured Matchmaster Magna 25 antenna. This antenna is a hybrid log-periodic aerial and is able to maximise gain for wanted channels due to its directional (Yagi) design. Directional antennas radiate and receive greater power in specific directions, making them a popular choice when it comes to receiving high-gain (weak signals) and blocking out interference.
This antenna also comes with a range of special features such as a mounting clamp at the balance point to prevent sagging and 12.7mm diameter aluminium tubing for superior strength.
If you’re experiencing interference issues, or are simply wondering what antenna would best suit your home, give us a call on 131 546, or book a free onsite no obligation quote online.
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