WILL THE WEATHER AND CLOUDS EFFECT MY SIGNAL STRENGTH WHEN I USE MY CONVERTER WITH MY ANOLG ATTENA ON A STANDARD TV. THANK'S ROGER IN TACOMA
Answered by Q13 FOX's Parella Lewis:
television stations and then converts it back to analog so your television can "see" it.
A digital signal is a different frequency than analog, but under most weather conditions, this should not be an issue for you. Televisions that get their signal from a dish, however, can be effected by weather such as snow accumulating inside the dish and blocking it from receiving. But clouds simply don't absorb enough transmission to effect your signal.
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