The HBU Antenna Series has been designed specifically for RF channels 7-69. Over 95% of the broadcast stations in the USA now broadcast only in these RF channels, so there's no need to have an antenna with elements for channels 2-6 (and those are the ones that require the long elements at the back of the antenna). The result is a smaller, more streamlined antenna with less wind load and better stability. You can find out what your local RF channels are at www.antennaweb.org.
To purchase an Antennacraft antenna, you can go to our Sales page for distributors throughout the USA, or phone Antennacraft Sales at 800-553-2377 to purchase at our Website Price.
*RF is the real radio frequency that television stations broadcast on. These RF channels are used in selecting an antenna. The virtual .1 channel is the one you remember from the pre-digital transition, and is used to remember the "old" analog tv channel. To see your RF channels and virtual .1 channels, go to www.antennaweb.org and input your zip code.