This coverage map does not reflect the terrestrial repeater coverage - the signal around most major metropolitan regions in the
Some people have satellite radio reception trouble if they live on the edge of a repeater signal, where both the terrestrial and satellite signals are equally strong for much of the day. If this is the case, it would likely be a good idea to shield either the side or top of the antenna with something metal to allow it easily select one signal or the other. This is likely an issue that will be resolved with newer generation radios.
This information below was found at peopleswireless.biz.
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