I was browsing the RadioShack web site and this was on sale and I went and picked one up during lunch, I think it's a good deal for $24.99:
Here's an excerpt from ProjectExpert.com's review of antennas:From RadioShack's Coupon Page:
High-Performance Digital TV Antenna - Ideal for receiving high-definition broadcasts. Includes 3-foot coax cable with gold-plated F connectors.
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Regular Price:49.99 - With Coupon: 24.99
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Coupon Redeemable: 11/7/2002 - 11/30/2002
HEAVY METAL, PART II
Comparisons of indoor antennas for VHF-UHF DTV reception
In the amplified group, the Radio Shack 15-1862 swept the board, locking up each of the four stations (one with moderate multipath) and receiving all just fine. The only other antenna to come close was the RS 15-1890 (surprise!) using the internal helix antenna and switching the amplifier on. While this antenna didn't show much gain in the previous four tables, it did overcome moderate multipath to pick up a very weak signal from PBS affiliate WHYY-55.
The "trick" antennas that save space will yield mixed results for DTV reception. Terk's TV55 did okay on the lower UHF DTV channels (26 and 42), but was out-performed by the much smaller Radio Shack 15-1890 compact antenna from channel 42 on up. Even the rather pedestrian-looking Radio Shack 15-1862 cranked out some serious DTV signals on all channels, and it doesn't take up much room either.