TV Aerials

Which TV Aerial should I choose?

When choosing an aerial it is important to consider several factors.  Firstly, where the nearest transmitter is situated in relation to where you live, the further away your home is the weaker the signal will be.  This will determine which aerial would be most suitable for your property.

One of the simplest indicators of how good your signal will be would be is to check the position and type of aerial that your neighbours have.  Sometimes when the neighbouring aerials point in several different directions it can be an indication that the signal is poor.  Also the type of aerial will indicate signal strength too, High Gain aerials are used in poor signal areas and these are completely different to look at than a standard aerial.

The most commonly used aerials for supporting digital and HD channels are UHF signal aerials.  However, VHF signal aerials also support digital, so its best to ensure that the aerial you require enables the channels you want to watch, or you may pay more for an aerial that would do exactly the same job as a cheaper one.

Outdoor aerials do provide a better signal consistently, however you will need a professional to install them.  Outdoor aerials are most commonly situated on the roof, mainly the chimney, but can also be installed on the gable end or in the loft.  It is not advisable to attempt to install an outdoor aerial yourself, you must call on expert help.

A typical Aerial Installation should include:

A digital compatible TV Aerial
A mast
A Bracket
Coaxial cable
A Lashing Kit
1 year warranty

Triax 10 Element Aerial

This is Strong, 10 Element UHF robust TV Aerial

10 Element UHF Aerial
Group T (Channels 21-60, 470-790 MHz)
13dBi Gain (max)
Excellent Front to Back ratio >15dB
Designed to mitigate 4G/LTE

Triax 10 Element Aerial

TRIAX Digi-14 T Band Aerial

This TV Aerial is described by manufacturers as a robust problem solver

14 elements UHF antenna
Unparalleled gain and rejection performance
Can receive DTT (Digital Terrestrial TV) signals in 470-790 MHz range (ch. 21-60)
Sealed dipole house with rear pointing F-connector for optimal TV-signal performance
Resistant to extreme weather conditions (made from aluminium, magnesium and manganese alloy)
Adjustable brackets for masts up to 60 mm
Bracket type: Rear mast bracket

TRIAX Digi-14 T Band Aerial

TRIAX Digi-18 T band Aerial

This TV Aerial is another robust problem solvers, it is also CAI approved standard 3

18 elements UHF antenna
Unparalleled gain and rejection performance
Designed to receive DTT (Digital Terrestrial TV) signals in 470-790 MHz range (ch. 21-60)
Sealed dipole house with rear pointing F-connector for optimal TV-signal performance
Resistant to extreme weather conditions (made from aluminium, magnesium and manganese alloy)
Adjustable brackets for masts up to 60 mm
Bracket type: Cradle support

TRIAX Unix 32 Aerial

Excellent Gain Clean Radiation Pattern CAI approved standard 3

Avoid signal disruption, with this Triax aerial

This aerial will protect against 4G signal disruption, ensuring problem-free TV & Radio reception

Interference protection from LTE 700 & 800 signals
Quick and easy installation
Mechanical filtering for higher gain
Corrosion and weather proof dipole housing
Reliable high-quality aerial

TRIAX Unix 32 LTE T Band
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