Best of the Blog 2021, Volume 9

The Solid Signal Blog is your resource for thousands of articles and reviews, with new content coming every day. 2022 marks our sixteenth year since our humble beginnings, and today over 250,000 people read the blog every month. Every month, the staff gets together and gathers articles that really seem like they have long-term appeal. Here’s the list for September, 2021:

  1. Learn more about the weBoost Office 200
  2. Putting an antenna up is a great fall project
  3. VHF and UHF… what’s the deal?
  4. NICE AND EASY: Should you worry about TV broadcasts rotting your brain?
  5. What is a MIM for marine satellite?
  6. Technical considerations for satellite TV on oil rigs
  7. A TV antenna for your business
  8. Meet Your Marine DIRECTV Connection!
  9. What Makes It an Antenna Anyway?
  10. Why are VHF antennas just so darn big?
  11. Weather Stations: This time, it’s personal
  12. Nothing could work without encryption
  13. Is your DIRECTV receiver spying on you?
  14. What is link rot?
  15. IS IT POSSIBLE? An antenna that works better WITHOUT an amplifier?
  16. What if your DIRECTV box says “Get Waiver?”
  17. What is that plus sign in the DIRECTV guide?
  18. What’s the lowest signal level for a cell phone signal booster?
  19. NICE AND EASY: What’s the difference between the red button and the record button on a DIRECTV remote?
  20. Cord-Cutting 101: When Your HOA Says “No Antenna!”
  21. Apple’s app store doesn’t allow cell meter apps. That’s just wrong.
  22. IT Manager? Meet your new best friend, the cell phone signal booster
  23. NICE AND EASY: Change the TV input using your Genie Remote
  24. NICE AND EASY: What’s the fastest way to delete a program from the playlist?
  25. Still need a Spaun Multiswitch in 2021?
  26. Why did my DIRECTV receiver reboot in the middle of the night?
  27. Can you use coax networking with a non-SWM DIRECTV system?

About the Author

Stuart Sweet
Stuart Sweet is the editor-in-chief of The Solid Signal Blog and a "master plumber" at Signal Group, LLC. He is the author of over 8,000 articles and longform tutorials including many posted here. Reach him by clicking on "Contact the Editor" at the bottom of this page.