Video quality in terms of television shows and home video has taken a number of substantial leaps forward in the last few years. For many decades, the maximum resolution of a TV set was 480i, which is also now commonly referred to as “standard definition.” In the mid-1990s, things took a big jump first to 720i and then to 1080i, or true high definition. As consumers, we are now standing on the precipice of yet another jump in quality in the form of UHD, or “Ultra HD.” Officially, UHD has a display resolution of 1920 by 1080 pixels, which is significantly higher than traditional high definition content. The obvious question then becomes – do TV antennas have a place in a UHD world? The answer may surprise you.