Not likely. The signals aren't that good. It will never work. Especially in a hilly territory like the San Francisco Bay area.
Back to DVDs for me!
Digital tuner chip company Microtune has launched a new chip for in-car reception of DVB-T signals, a market expected to explode during 2009, despite the obvious luxury status of in-car TV reception. Getting a decent TV signal into a car isn't as easy as it might initially appear. Traditional analogue systems are only good up …
I'm not surprised that this'd be big in Japan. For various reasons, Japanese folks often seek to kit their cars out to an occasionally ridiculous degree, and it's not a new thing.
Japanese TV is indeed pretty bad, though if you're not used to it it's fascinating for a little while.
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