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TV Aerial (DVB-T & DVB-T2) - Outdoor

TV Aerial (DVB-T & DVB-T2) - Outdoor
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£ 45.00

The Raspberry Pi TV-uHAT allows you to receive digital terrestrial TV broadcasts! This is an aerial compatible with the TV HAT!

Please Note. This antenna is designed to be situated outdoors / externally.


  • Type: Outdoor TV Antenna
  • Receives: Digital HDTV/DVBT/T2
  • Frequency Range: VHF (172-240Mhz) \ UHF (470-860Mhz)
  • Color: Black
  • Impedance: 75ohm
  • Gain: 30db
  • Reception Range: Up To 150 Miles
  • Resolution: Supports 1080i / 1080p / 720p
  • Amplifier: Amplified with Television Signal Amplifier Booster
  • IP65 Waterproof Design

Package Contents:

  • 1 x HDTV Antenna
  • 1 x Base
  • 1 x External Amplifier
  • 1 x Power Adaptor (Includes EU Power Adaptor BUT we recommend discarding the included part and using the Raspberry Pi's or TV's USB output ports for the amplifier)
  • 1 x 32.8ft Coaxial Cable
  • Mounting Hardware (Pole NOT Included)

Set up Guide 

Step1 : Connect the end of attached coaxial cable to the ANT/IN connector on the TV HAT (or Digital Converter Box) and plug the USB plug into the USB port of the TV or the Raspberry Pi.

Step 2 : Situate the antenna externally, high on a wall or pole. Please note the antenna is directional, so will need to be aimed towards the broadcast tower.

Step 3 : In the TV’ s or STB ’ s setup menu, set the tuner mode to  “ Antenna”   or   “Air” , for more detailed instructions, please refer to your TV manual.

Step 4 : In the TV’ s  or  STB ’ s  setup menu, set TV to  “scan” for channels. This can sometimes be listed as auto-program,auto-scan,channel search or channel scan. Consult the TV manual or detailed instructions.

Step 5 : If reception is sporadic, try moving the antenna to another location and re-scanning the TV until optimal position is found.

Please Note. The antenna works best when placed at a high level, and will require positioning for best reception. Local interference from high power devices could could loss of reception.