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RCA Antenna History


RCA Antenna was installed on the Empire State Building, 1946

Three antennas were installed: one for 66-72 MHz transmission of TV signal, one for WEAF-FM, RCA's commercial
FM radio station antenna, and one for experiments with RCA's 288 MHz television transmitter.

You could see the antennas on the Empire State building when you were looking up through the trapdoor in the roof. 
O.B. Hanson was the inspector of the antennas after it was installed. 

That would be a huge job to install any antenna system on top of the Empire State building. No matter what kind it
might be VHF/UHF/FM/HD antenna any of these kinds or size.
RCA television antennas look like they were  huge.  Look at how big this TV antenna is. The do-it-yourself 
would need help with the size of this TV antenna.
At the bottom of this page is an article for RCA television antenna equipment that was for sale in the paper.
Check out the prices of the products then..
Wouldn't you like to shop at those prices for your TV antenna and equipment  now.


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In RCA's advertising they certainly didn't want you to miss seeing the words

TV Antenna Source carries all your outdoor and indoor TV antennas and accessories
Please shop at our on line store for all of your TV antennas, amplifiers, rotors, or mounts.
We carry detailed information for the do it yourself television antenna installer.
If we can help you call us at 1-800-528-9984.

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Today some television antennas have an amplifier and a rotor on them.

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