I currently have an ANT-751r installed outside on my roof. I can receive channels 9,11,21 with this antenna. I have tried tuning the azimuthal angle to receive other channels without much luck. I am wondering if a different antenna coupled to the ANT-751r would help receive some of the UHF channels. Possibly channel 30 WBZ? Here is my TVFOOl analysis.
Is your antenna outdoors? If so, can you extnd the mast? You might learn something useful by seeing how much your tvfool chart improves with an increase in antenna height.
Your tvfool analysis was only resolved to "blocK' level. Given the extent to which hill obstructions vary in your area, it would also help if you resubmitted your information using the exact map coordinates
Yeah, it turns out I'm in a bit of a valley. Didn't even realize that until I started looking into the antenna situation. The antenna is outdoors now, on an old satellite post. Played around a bit with AGL on TVFool, I don't see much improvement until I'm significantly above my roof, 50~100ft AGL. Unfortunately, that's unrealistic for me. I can however say that with a cheesy RCA-1450b indoors on my second floor, I was able to pick up ch 60, and 35, which I can't detect now, at least not where I currently have the 751 aimed. I'm not interested in those channels so much since I don't speak Spanish, but I thought it might give you an idea of signal strength at my location. I was hoping that a big 8 bay in the attic might help pick up some of the UHF channels. It sounds like that may be wishful thinking though.
Also, here is the updated TVFool with my coordinates at an AGL of 20ft. It appears that it's even worse.
I've posted my setup if you are interested, compare your TVfool results to mine to get a better idea of your options. .