Im here with the right answer.
You probably have a Winegard RV antenna (one of those with a non digital amp) It raises and turns and looks like a plane wing. Winegard is making a newer HD?digital antenna the RV 3095 and the RV 7095. Im not sure of the features but theyre in the 35$ range.
I, started a thread on this same subject before we left for MAine and I went out and got a new PHILLIPS digital box that fots and plugs right onto your rotating antenna pole. It has the digital off -air tuner.
Phillips is handled by RAdio Shak or many of the RV complexes. Im not sure about the WInegard since it looks like the early analog antennas and it has very little of the off air tuner components (unless this is all IC ****)
GO ye and buy a Phillips, it plugs into the same waars and it aint got nothin too fancy bout it.
Obviously Bill dont know **** bout modern RVs. He dont know that you already got plenty of 120 v plugs around the house.
Since I switched over to the digital antenna hookup, Im getting all these stations in HD and its amaaazing that I dont even have to pay for it like I do with my home cable. SO when I need to go and watch some repeat NPR program, Ill go out to the pasture, fire up the gennie, and turn on the gas heat and disappear for a few hours.
Im sure Winegard and Philips have web siotes , Im just not able to find them quickly. NOW, youre on yer own dude.