House wiring is a giant coil of metal. Antennas are best deployed using as much metal as possible, and placed as high as is feasible. Recognizing this relationship, a few manufacturers have made adapters that allow the wiring of a house to turn the structure into a large loopstick antenna. Once connected, most consumers find acceptable reception where other conventional antenna types have failed.
Screw the RG-6 coaxial cable into the "ANT" or "RF" coax input on the back of the television or tuner.
Screw the other end of the RG-6 cable into the "IN" coax input on the antenna/AC adapter module.
Plug the antenna/AC adapter into the outlet nearest the television.