well of course...
"For instance, we tried the telescopic aerial first, raised to its maximum extent and pointing straight upwards. Elagto's EyeTV 3 software reported an average signal strength but a poor signal quality - visually obvious from the blocking in the picture. So we pushed the antenna down so it was horizontal. The signal strength barely changed, but the signal quality rocketed up to 90 per cent, and we were able to watch BBC News without interruption."
That's probablk more due to the fact that OTA tv signals are horizontally polarised, and the fact that if you have a vertical antenna and a horizontal signal (or vice-versa) you lose 20db oof signal on average. it can be a boon to cut out noise, but when you have a marginal signal or one with a lot of reflections (which cause ghosting) it can be a pain..
Tux, cus will it work on a pc with loonix ? :P