NorthVu NV20 Pro Indoor Fractal Digital Antenna Review

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Marshal Rosenthal is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer and journalist specializing in technology, consumer electronics and pop culture.

5 Comments to NorthVu NV20 Pro Indoor Fractal Digital Antenna Review

  1. Hi Jim,

    Thanks for your comments. This is David from Northvu.
    I am
    always interested to learn what is important to you as a consumer and what
    additional information you seek about the NV20 Pro. Marshal has done a great job of objectively
    assessing the antenna on its own merits.
    Perhaps I can provide more information in response to your
    questions. The NV20 Pro incorporates
    NorthVu’s patent-pending fractal antenna system. Have a look at NorthVu’s Blog post “NV20
    Pro – A Look at Fractals” which sheds more light on the significance of
    fractals and NorthVu’s use of fractals in the NV20 Pro. Also, we’ve received a number of reviews from customers
    on Amazon that highlight their experiences with the NV20 Pro in relation to the
    Mohu Leaf and other antennas. You can
    find the US reviews here
    and the Canadian reviews here. Should you have any additional questions or require more information, do not hesitate to contact me at david.mosley@northvu.com. I would be more than happy to continue our conversation off-line at your convenience.

    All my best, David Mosley

  2. Jim Pullin

    What a lousy review. How is this better than the $30 Mohu Leaf? On that note, is it any better than a $10 RadioShack rabbit ears antenna? What is the significance of the “fractal” in the name? Does it actually have a fractal-shaped antenna inside the case?

    Seriously, sans one or two paragraphs, you could have bought almost any $10-$70 off-the-shelf antenna and written the exact same review.

    • Hi Jim,

      This is David from Northvu. Thanks for your comments. I am always interested to learn what is important to you as a consumer and what additional information you seek about the NV20 Pro. Marshal has done a great job of objectively assessing the antenna on its own merits.

      Perhaps I can provide more information in response to your questions. The NV20 Pro incorporates NorthVu’s patent-pending fractal antenna system. Have a look at NorthVu’s Blog post “NV20 Pro – A Look at Fractals” which sheds more light on the significance of fractals and NorthVu’s use of fractals in the NV20 Pro.

      Also, we’ve received a number of reviews from customers on Amazon that highlight their experiences with the NV20 Pro in relation to the Mohu Leaf and other antennas. You can find the US reviews hereand the Canadian reviews here. I would be more than happy to continue this discussion off-line at your convenience. Do not hesitate to contact me at david.mosley@northvu.com if I can be of further assistance.

      All my best,

      David Mosley

      • fracticity

        Hi David,
        What fractal does it use and how do you avoid infringing on Dr Nathan Cohens patents? Just saying it is pat pending means nothing. What is new here? Why is it better? How do you know the fractal used is the best for that form factor? Convince us please.

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