Originally Posted by gman40
I was thinking of going with a Channel Master rotor, but I haven't made my decision yet. Let me check out this rotor you've found for me! Thanks Tyler!
I have come to no real conclusion as to what you might be able to do.......but I'm sure you will need a rotor to accomplish your stated mission.. That, as you will need a pretty directional high bandVHF/UHF antenna to do it, and pointing such an antenna in one direction will not get you all you want..
You probably need to stop wanting a second PBS station.. I agree with FOXENG that WBRA will have real reception issues for you.. The UNC network will probably have to suffice.
Two CBS affiliates are very possible, WFMY and WDBJ.. And, WXII and WSLS for NBC.
You will need the High Band VHF antenna for a second ABC affiliate. WSET is the most likely candidate, but WTVD on channel 11 might actually be more practical, and neither would be a great prospect. It all depends on how the ground opens away from your location.
I think you should make or acquire an inexpensive antenna, maybe the old rabbit ears, and get it outside and point sort of north, and see what might be there. You'll need some cable, but you will need that anyway. If you mounted the antenna on a length of cheep plastic pipe, you could get a better idea (a calm day project). I'd explore some, before I committed to any plan.