Join Date: Mar 2002
Location: Ft. Walton Beach. FL
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I'm guessing it's tropo, likely as not. I was watching WKRG-27 (CBS) again. My experience has been reception of WKRG only at night and as the weather clears and temperatures drop some. I got WKRG Tuesday and Saturday nights this week, other nights were too weak.
I haven't got WALA-9 (FOX). If you got decent reception for any length of time, I'm guessing I'm either in a hole, reception-wise, or my old antenna is way past its prime. The cooler weather helps increase the tropo effect, so you may get FOX-widecreen with some regularity. As far as increasing their power, WALA claims they are sucessfully received in Okaloosa county. They are also at full power, as set by FCC. They could "maximize" or increase the power level, with permission from FCC, but I think they believe that they're doing just fine.
Surely you didn't make the mistake of thinking I know what I'm talking about?!!