Freeview UHF indoor antenna

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  1. subin

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    I just brought a UHF indoor antenna its working really good everything works fine including the electronic program guide. The quality is really good on my 55 inch Samsung D7000 Led TV . Now the only thing i am wondering is if there are any hazards (radiation or something liek that because its UHF not VHF ) to using indoor antennas ( aprroximately the same size as the normal bunny ears ) .

    Thank you :)
     
  2. mike7

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    Freeview aerials receive radio signals, they don't transmit anything !
     
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    so there will be no problems if it only receives ?
     
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