We tried that in our bedroom trying not to pay for another cable box and it was a mixed bag we got about 15 channels but the reception was hit and miss and we would have to move the digital antenna around for different channels so the power assisted window mounted ones are not so good and we live about 10 miles from downtown Memphis and Memphis is fairly flat. We finally gave up and paid the additional 17$ for another box.
My guess is you being so far out you will need a roof top one with power boost and a rotary or omni directional antenna.
l was out running errands and passed a Best Buy. So l stopped and looked at cameras. The D500 has some great features. Especially the text on the buttons that light up. That makes it a great body for night photography. But it's so big and heavy. l don't want a body that big. And there's no pop up flash. l wouldn't use on camera flash for the sole source of light. For fill flash they're great. So l guess l want a D7500. Really like the size of the D5600 and my D5300. But those lack good features.***They had a Z6 with 24-70 f/4. Now that was an awesome setup! However, the cost and lack of lenses for the Z series makes it unattractive for me. Maybe in a few years l'll go to the Z.
The D500 is pro grade in everyway! It is large and heavy to sustain the abuse a working pro will put it thru. But the D7500 is a nice caerma too my only complaint is it no longer supports older MF Nikons since they removed the aperture coupler, they deleted the second card slot(not as big a deal bnut I prefer one) and it has no depth of preview button(I am not sure on this one but that is what I was told and I do not see one on the camera).
But the IQ is top of the line and they say the AF and Exposure is also top of the line.
Yes we did I served under him in the Gulf always liked him. Quick story I was in stationed in Philly when he came for a campaign trip and I drove the ambulance in his motorcade never saw him not even sure which vehicle he was in he was still the VP then.
Next I wrote him when I was in the Gulf he sent me a signed picture of him, Barbara and their dog Millie I think it was an English Spaniel of some sort. Of coarse in my travels that photo is long gone which is a shame but I lost much of my photos in a PCS or permanent change of station move that some how the movers lost half my stuff including my golf clubs.