RV Antenna Upgrade

by | Oct 14, 2016

This is simple RV antenna upgrade that can add some gain to your the TV channel reception when you’re located in one of those remote spots. I found this mentioned in an Escapees forum several months ago and thought I’d give it a shot. We travel with a Dish receiver and satellite dish, but always want at least one local channel for news and weather updates during bad storms.

We have the typical crank up Winegard antenna found on most RVs. We tried to add the which is an excellent non-powered add-on to your antenna to boost distance signals, but we had a simple problem – once installed the Wingman hit out air conditioner.

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