When you switch from analogue to digital TV you may be able to continue using your existing aerial, but in some cases you may need to upgrade or replace it. If you are in an area where the Freeview signal strength is low, you may need a high-gain aerial for the best reception.
Your aerial should ideally be mounted outside and as high up as possible. It must be pointing in the right direction towards the best local transmitter. The aerial, cables and connections need to be in good condition - cables and connections in particular can become corroded, especially if you live near the sea.
If you share a communal aerial, you should contact whoever is reponsible for your building (the management company, council or landlord).
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