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I've done it with a ClipXT antenna.
 

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Originally Posted by Marionr26 /forum/post/19506472


I was curious say I wanted to listen to this in a building say the no windows would it pick up ?????

It's possible, if you have repeaters nearby, but don't count on it. The best way to listen(maybe not sound wise, but best chance of constant/flawless reception) to Sirius/XM indoors is through a online streaming account.


Not trying to deter you from trying. I have found it in my own personal experience, that using an XM antenna indoors(birds are fixed in one position towards the South/SouthEast) is much easier than trying to find the Sirius birds, which are in constant figure 8 motion over the USA(I know both birds move).


I was able to get my XM signal(this is going back 5 years ago. I have had Sirius since then) using my indoor antenna pointed at the corner of a wall towards the South/Southeast nowhere near a window, and I would get 3 bars for full strength(on an Old SkyFi).


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Without repeaters near by, I have zero reception at work.

I've tried many ways, but no luck. Our company also has policy against streaming at work. So I got a portable and I record over night for next day listening. That's about the best I can do.


If you have a friend with a window office near by, you could put your radio in his office and use a CCrane FM transmitter and listen in your office.
 
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