Well, I'm getting tired of not being able to watch FOX, and with Spring on it's way, I'm trying to formulate a plan.
I live less than 4 miles to the WSW of the broadcast towers in Fordland, so that puts me about 15 miles or so EAST of the FOX tower at KOLR on east Division. Nearly 180 degree separation.
Currently I have a DB4 for UHF and a large VHF antenna on a 10-foot mast on the highest point of my roof. I'm using a VHF/UHF combiner, and a preamp. Signal is split to 5 HDTVs and my main desktop PC (I use Windows Media Center as a DVR). I'm getting all of the channels from Fordland without any issues (usually, lol), and also get 17.1.
I don't know if I should add another UHF antenna to the mast (or even in the attic), and aim one towards Fordland, and the other towards FOX and use a splitter in reverse to try to combine the signals, or just try a Omnidirectional antenna and see how that goes.
This is the one I'm considering on Amazon: 1byone Omni-directional Amplified Outdoor Antenna for FM/VHF/UHF 60 Miles Range
Any suggestions are appreciated!!