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You would be much better off with the antenna outside, not in the attic. Antennas inside the attic (or, generally, anywhere inside a house) only get about 5% of the available signal. Add in the noise that exists indoors, from electrical appliances, computers, etc, and they are nearly worthless.
Are you talking about Digital or Analog, or both? You mentioned channels being "fuzzy".
Digital TV would be, mostly, all-or-nothing. They will be either excellent, or non-existant, or sometimes blocky (when the signal is right on the edge of dropping below threshold).
Some of the Atlanta stations are VHF, some are UHF.
Ken English, Sr. Engineer, KSL-TV.
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