I live in North Jersey. Why aren't VHF bands 2, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10 and 12 in use if VHF is so great? The only solid VHF TV we have is 7, 8, 11 and 13. Some of us get 3. I would think high VHF especially (9, 10, 12) would be very desirable!
I am not sure what requirements still exist which prohibit full power adjacents from operating... I believe that takes 9, 10, and 12 off the table in order to protect WPIX and WNET.
I've not been able to get Escape or Get TV. Information about what's on displays but a message at the bottom says the signal cannot be decoded. I don't know if it's weather related or not. On the other hand I'm now able to get THIS and Antenna TV which I couldn't for about 3 months.
Can someone clarify what liked means ? I have 3 likes, I been posting 6 months the previous member has 10 likes he has posted twice? Who decides these likes, moderator? Can you trade your likes, for a want?