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TGP #55 – The Leaf Indoor HDTV Antenna

Posted by Gadget at 12:13 PM on May 4, 2012

Welcome to The Gadget Professor’s NetCast. Show #55 hosted by Don Baine.

The patent pending Leaf™ indoor television antenna is a paper thin antenna that connects to your TV and mounts on the wall, behind a picture, or just about anywhere to enable you to receive free over-the-air broadcasts. A surprising amount of study and engineering work went into the design of the Leaf™ TV antenna. It wasn’t until one of our engineers decided to convert from cable television to over-the-air broadcasting that we realized that there were no high performance antennas on the market. The Leaf Antenna™ was designed by experienced antenna engineers who have been designing antennas for the US military for years (see our sister company GreenWave Scientific). We also showcase some cool free software. Sit back and relax while you watch The Gadget Professor.

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One Comment

  1. From Hunter at 7:34 pm on May 6, 2012

    I can see how the Leaf antenna could work in some situations, but it just wasn’t right for me. Here in the Denver area I was able to pick up about 15 to 20 channels by indoor antenna alone. Many of the channels were in Spanish, they were religious or they were both; this only left me with the handful of national networks to watch. Those were the channels I wanted, but there was another issue. Anytime a large truck or bus drove by my apartment I would lose signal and my picture. A coworker from Dish suggested that I try their service as he had never had any issues with their service. After a quick phone call I was setup with an installation appointment. I got all my favorite HD channels and I saved a ton of money with their HD Free for Life promotional offer. I would never go back to over the air again, with free service you get what you pay for.