Originally Posted by Kymmy
Not entirely true...
If you had a good analogue signal then there's no reason as to why you couldn't get a good digital signal. Digital signals though tend to be more spread on the spectrum so sometimes a more wideband antenna is needed.
Try this website
as it'll tell you if you're in a fringe area and you can compare the details in the analogue predictor with the digital predictor.
Thanks Kymmy. Maybe I should have worded it differently. What I mean is that with analogue you could get away with a not perfect signal. But digital is far more sensitive.