Free live mobile digital TV.

Anytime. Anywhere.

Embedded WBA antenna delivers the best-quality HDTV

Receive the new ATSC M/H Mobile Digital TV broadcasts in the U.S.

Easy-to-access USB port for true Plug-N-Play simplicity

Fast setup makes it portable and fun to use.

Ergonomic lip fits onto all laptop screens

Works with MAC & PC notebook and desktop computers and tablets.

*Also available for use with any TV via the coaxial port

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" it’s incredible, completely revolutionary..."

FREE TV. NO CONTRACTS. NO MONTHLY FEES.Get more channels than any other antenna on the market!

Watch free HDTV on your PC, tablet, or laptop at home or when you travel. Anywhere, anytime.

Simple to install: just plug into a USB port and scan for the available ATSC M/H broadcasts in your area!

Specifications

  • Gathers HD, DTV, VHF, UHF, and FM radio signals
  • Supports 1080p, 1080i, and 720p HDTV
  • Gain: 7.5 dBi
  • Weight: 6oz
  • Product Dimensions: W7.5" x H6" x Thickness: .25"
  • Features

  • Receive live mobile TV on your laptop notebook.
  • Watch live broadcast TV on the go!
  • Enjoy the new ATSC M/H mobile broadcasts on any USB-equipped laptop.
  • Receive live over-the-air HD ATSC broadcasts.
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    FREE TV. NO CONTRACTS. NO MONTHLY FEES.

    Get more channels than any other antenna on the market!

    Wideband Antennas continues to develop leading-edge antenna technologies. Our latest solution, the airHDTV™ antenna, is a cost-effective solution with a small footprint that delivers unsurpassed communication efficiencies for unparalleled user experiences.

    A built-in ATSC M/H receiver lets you receive the new ATSC digital TV for the best video and audio quality of any type of TV broadcast available today. Tune in to live local news, traffic information, weather, sporting events, and entertainment programs from the comfort of your netbook or notebook.

    airHDTV™ includes a built-in high-definition TV receiver for watching live, over-the-air, ATSC HD broadcasts for free.

    airHDTV™ is sleek enough to be used at home or office, yet rugged enough to be used on the road, making it the ideal antenna for couch potatoes, road warriors, and everyone in between.

    Easy to install: just plug into a USB port on your netbook or notebook and scan for the available ATSC M/H broadcasts in your area!

    Like to multi-task? Watch live over-the-air local TV in a window on your Desktop while checking your e-mail, your accessing your Facebook accounts, or surfing the Web!

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    Pricing

    MSRP

    $299.79

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    Overview

  • Free TV. No monthly fees. No cable costs.
  • Best antenna on the market
  • Made in the USA
  • Easy to install
  • 10 ft. high performance cable included
  • 45 mile range
  • 1 year part and labor warranty
  • About FREE HDTV

    Ditching cable usually means being glued to your computer and watching shows at least a day after they air on TV. But the latest over-the-air HDTV antennas can get you plenty of crystal-clear high-def channels for less than $100 (assuming you already have an HD-capable TV) , and you can see your shows when they're broadcast. Also, given cable companies' difficulties in maintaining good relationships with major TV networks (like the recent spat between CBS and Time Warner Cable), you won't miss your favorite shows or games due to network blackouts.

    Consider the math: Cox Cable offers a starter TV package for about $25 a month in our test area of New Orleans, giving you about 20-25 channels. We tested three antennas that would provide the same number of channels and pay for themselves in three months or less.

    MORE: 5 Easy Tips for Buying an HDTV

    How to set up an HDTV antenna

    You can stick just about any metal object in the coaxial port of your TV set and get minimal reception — we picked up a handful of standard-def channels using a pair of earbuds and a paperclip. So, even a fairly small indoor HDTV antenna can pull in a wealth of programming.

    First, find out what stations are near you by visiting Antennaweb.org and typing in your address or ZIP code to see a list of local broadcasters. Antennaweb gives simple info on stations' distance and direction in relation to your home in an easy-to-digest format. (For tons more station info, like signal strength and detailed location data, check out TVfool.com.)

    About FREE HDTV

    Ditching cable usually means being glued to your computer and watching shows at least a day after they air on TV. But the latest over-the-air HDTV antennas can get you plenty of crystal-clear high-def channels for less than $100 (assuming you already have an HD-capable TV) , and you can see your shows when they're broadcast. Also, given cable companies' difficulties in maintaining good relationships with major TV networks (like the recent spat between CBS and Time Warner Cable), you won't miss your favorite shows or games due to network blackouts.

    Consider the math: Cox Cable offers a starter TV package for about $25 a month in our test area of New Orleans, giving you about 20-25 channels. We tested three antennas that would provide the same number of channels and pay for themselves in three months or less.

    MORE: 5 Easy Tips for Buying an HDTV

    How to set up an HDTV antenna

    You can stick just about any metal object in the coaxial port of your TV set and get minimal reception — we picked up a handful of standard-def channels using a pair of earbuds and a paperclip. So, even a fairly small indoor HDTV antenna can pull in a wealth of programming.

    First, find out what stations are near you by visiting Antennaweb.org and typing in your address or ZIP code to see a list of local broadcasters. Antennaweb gives simple info on stations' distance and direction in relation to your home in an easy-to-digest format. (For tons more station info, like signal strength and detailed location data, check out TVfool.com.)