If you are not picky where you use HD or standard receiver, if you use a standard receiver, simply get a 18" dish or "OVAL" 18" dish and a tripod for the dish. You can get the zip code for where you are camping, plug it into the receiver for "SETUP" which you will get Azimuth, Elevation & Tilt for the 18" oval dish. Make sure the dish is for direct TV. You will be able to get your local channels up to about 250 miles from your home, after that no local channels. As someone stated before, you can get the local channels on you roof antenna. I usually select (ON DIRECT TV RECEIVER) the "ANTENNA SIGNAL STRENGTH", turn on the out side speakers, turn volume up, listen for the "BEEP" produced by the signal strength to change to a faster "BEEP". This will indicate you have found the satellite. You can then fine tune the signal strength to above 69% which will give you a good picture. I use a professional meter to tune mine.
With practice, you will get good at setting up your dish. I do have those times trees prevents me from quickly finding the signal and my endeavor
turns into 30 Min's.
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