I just took at peek and kinda landed here, so if what I post makes sense, good, if not, sorry to jump in.
I needed a long range OTA for a property that is south of Ottawa. My 'temporary OTAs have a range of about 40 miles, but they are 'digital' (HDTV) by design. South south/west directions seem to work best.
If you are using an 'old/analog' UHF/VHF design antenna for TV watching, you will not be pleased.
If I'm wrong in my assumption, then stop reading this, with my apologies.
When I bought my (long range) antenna, I got one made in the USA. I didn't find a decent (max range) one here.
I bought a good HDTV antenna with a range of 150 miles, with a 360 deg rotor, 2 feeds and a built in pre-amp and a locally purchased tripod. All the 'blades / rods' were flat and aluminum and ultra light. There were no round tubes. You could move this around with ease with one hand. The external antenna also needs to be electrically grounded.
About 20 years ago, I owned an antenna, similar to the one in the picture. It is obsolete.
Now I'm outta here ......