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Mohu teases its wireless TV antenna

The AirWave only needs power and WiFi to bring OTA signals to your phone, tablet or TV.
Richard Lawler, @Rjcc
01.03.17 in AV
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One thing about cord-cutting and switching to antenna-delivered TV is that some people can't get a good signal near their TV. Mohu's new AirWave antenna solves that by making it wireless. The $150 device just needs to plug into power to catch TV broadcasts, transcode them and stream the video via WiFi to its apps on platforms like Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, iOS and Android, not to mention the web. We couldn't get all the details tonight at the CES Unveiled event, but it should hit shelves in the spring.

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