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No I experience loss of signal and missing channels. Remove device, the certain weak channels would return. Was trying to overcome signal loss due to splitting.
No preamp can stop rf propagation due to atmosphereic conditions but the Winegard gives you 2Db lower noise figure than your current amp and less noise means better signal.
Yes helped with my attic antenna.
Don't know what an Orca antenna is, if its an outdoor TV antenna it should work. Its purpose is to increase the signal strength of the outdoor antenna. Works especially well for fringe, and near fringe reception say 50 to 75 air miles away from the TV transmitter.
You’re an idiot.
The data on Winegard.com say 18-20dB.
To answer your question literally.....Antenna amplifiers do not reach out and pull in a radio signal. Some signal must be present in order to amplify. If you have zero signal..... 0x0=0.
As long as it is not a amplified antenna yes.
This is a low noise preamplifier intended to be mounted on the antenna mast close to the antenna. It will work best in this configuration, because it is intended to add gain to overcome the losses of the long cable run to the TV.