This very well could be true, if you had tint work done, it tis very easy to damage those antennas with a rasor while peeling off old tint
it receives signals and sends out signals
Radiates and/or receives radio signals.
The signal is 1080i
Yes, a UHF antenna can pick up VHF signals, but not well. The size difference makes the uhf antenna "inefficient" for the longer vhf wave length, but some energy can be received by the uhf antenna.
they dont. An antenna is simply a piece of metal hooked to a device (normally a radio or a walkie-talkie). A receiver (for example, a radio) pick up electrical signals from the antenna, and a transmitter sends them to the antenna. They can be combined to form a transceiver which then sends and receives signals from the antenna.
It can, if it is not connected to the antenna. But it would have to block reflected signals on all sides.
Insects use their antenna to smell. Located on their antenna are olfactory sensilla which can detect chemical signals that are emitted by plants and other insects.
the correct answer is single direction
mainly it is used in transmission and reception of TV signals
The word is spelled antenna. A good example sentence using this word is, "Most cars have an antenna on them to pick up radio signals."
A high-gain antenna is an antenna which allows for precise targeting of radio signals due to it's use of a narrow radio wave beam. To use a high-gain antenna you should put attach it to a high, clear surface to allow it maximum range to receive and send radio signals. A good place would be the roof of your house.
Cord2) Antenna 3) Satellite
it sends out wicrowave radiation which carrys information which is then received by something like your computer and transfered into on screen information.
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 is to set the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) before the signal travels along a transmission line where it is susceptible to interference and loss.
A plasma TV set is just like any other TV set on the market. It can accept video/audio signals from an VHF/UHF antenna if it has an aerial VHF/UHF antenna input. It can also accept DVB-C or DVDB-S or DVB-T through the same antenna input. You have to refer to the manual that came with your plasma TV set to see what types of signals it can receive through its antenna input.
Yes, you can connect an antenna to it and receiver OTA digital signals.
Because in order to do what it's supposed to do, it has to receive signals directly from orbiting satellites.
You would need an HDTV antenna when you can get all of your channels and when you get bad signals. This is when the picture don't play clearly and it has bunch of lines.
A remote control sends electrical signals from a transmitter that is its antenna. The airplane which is controlled by it receives these signals through a receiver and it perfoms the function.
The dish is the antenna. The dish shape causes signal that hits a larger area (the surface of the dish) to be concentrated on the actual antenna (the lnb).