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Qubits Digital TV Antenna

Regular price $59.00 USD
Regular price $85.00 USD Sale price $59.00 USD

100% COPPER for maximum signal strength

A small, safe and effective Digital TV Antenna you can attach to any flat screen TV the school or home may have. Brings in all frequencies great!

Comes with an Antenna Lesson Plan and Powerpoint/PDF - A typical tutorial covering Antenna can cost just as much $ except after doing this lesson plan you will have a perfectly functioning Digital TV Antenna for years to come! Designed to work well and be safe enough for the little ones.

It is only 6” x 6” and weights just 12 oz. so you can mount it anywhere. Clip and suction cup included to help you mount it behind TV or on a window.

Includes 15 ft Coaxial cable for additional antenna placements. Learn about OTA (Over the Air) FREE television content, news and sports. PDF lesson plan included. (download required) Safe to use in a classroom environment Elementary-Middle-High School  - Supports 2K today - and when available this antenna will support 4K and 8K video broadcasts.  

NOTE: Due to high demand and the fact our antennas are hand-built right here in North Carolina, shipping is currently delayed 1 week.


Illustrated Lesson Plan Supplied:  Each step has questions and answers.


Step 1: Connect the antenna directly to HDTV - Scan for channels - Enjoy! Ask why does it work?

Step 2: If you want to see more channels. Place the television antenna in an optimal position using the 15' coaxial cable (supplied) Best spots are, a wall, window or room near a window. - Scan for stations - Enjoy! Ask why more channels are possible.

Step 3: If you want the maximum number of possible channels. Run a 50' or 100' coaxial cable (not supplied) to a high point outside. Scan for channels - Enjoy! Ask why outdoor placement is best? Ask where are the transmitting towers? Links to software solutions to finding the towers included.



Antenna signal strength can vary depending on distance from the tower, terrain, and weather. Reposition the antenna in a different location if needed. It is best for the antenna to be in line of sight with the TV tower(s) and avoid obstructions. Always re-scan for channels after moving the antenna.

We recommend prior to purchasing that you use the website and enter your zip code to see the list and an interactive map showing the available television transmission towers in your area.