I'm in town this evening, having spent the day with KGPT/KSMI getting new equipment set up. For those who receive KSMI, you will now find FGO on 51-5 and Jewelry TV on 51-6.
Comments are my own and not that of the FCC (my employer) or anyone else.
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Can you suggest one?
Per my signal meter on my TV I am only getting a 45% signal using my 20 year old VHF/UHF Radio Shack Antenna at where I live (near the Starlite Drive In) which means I do not receive a strong enough signal to view local "Low Power Digital" programming ( I need a 50% or greater to lock in a signal.)
Also due to where I live I will need an antenna that has 'split bays' as most of the "LPD" stations broadcast towers are North/NorthEast of my location while most of the Major/Full power stations are West/NorthWest of my location.
Just had a few questions in regards to cutting ties with cable TV... We've been with Cox for quite a while and have finally gotten to the point that I just can't justify spending what we are anymore, so we are going to take the leap and get an antenna and a Roku or similar.
The most pressing question I have would be as to what antenna works best around here. I would prefer to not have the antenna outside, unless it's fairly discrete. In the little bit of reading I've done, I was leaning towards something like the Channel Master CM-3000HD, but am open and welcome any suggestions.
Thanks in advance for any help.
Last edited by Flyboy@39zero; 08-31-2014 at 08:02 PM. Reason: fix sentence
I will go over to Hephner on see what they have.
The OTA station site crutchfield sends you to shows from my location (central and 235) the signals are spread out over about 180 degrees, which is what got me looking at the omnidirectional antennas.