If you live far from urban centers but you'd still like to pick up some over-the-air digital stations, you're going to need a pretty sizable antenna. Earlier this year we shared a great antenna design with you, based on the Gray-Hoverman model.
The model you see here is what results when a little Gray-Hoverman antenna visits the beach, gets washed into a deep trench outside of Tokyo filled with radioactive waste, and emerges again, ready to wreak havoc on the world. Well, all except for that last part. This massive build, based on the Gray-Hoverman model, can pick up signals from around 60 miles away, making it suitable for either boosting your local reception or picking up signals from areas you've never called home.
If you're put off by the size of it, it is possible to put this style of antenna inside an attic. You'll lose a bit of reception, but you'll avoid your neighbors whispering about the mutant antenna on your roof. Check out the full build guide at the link below.