Originally Posted by padlin
Larry, the "standard" Winegard is the old analog style, it rotates, but I've never used it.
Despite the advertising fluff, there's nothing digital about the other antenna, either.
I'm sure the tuning lights on a Jack are just driven by raw signal strength - nothing digital needed. The tuning lights seem useful to me (to avoid repeated TV scan cycles or awkward channel-specific TV signal readings), and the Jack may be more sensitive or selective, but all TV antennas fundamentally work the same.. and even with an amplifier they are all analog. If they rotate for best signal, they are directional.