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post #7201 of 7204 Old 04-13-2017, 07:47 PM
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It looks like my formatting was lost:

So KEYE moves from 43 to 34 and KNVA moves from 49 to 23.


For the repack channel assignments, I looked at this page http://data.fcc.gov/download/incenti...nsition_Files/

and followed the phase assignment link
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At least nobody ended up on VHF-Low
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At least nobody ended up on VHF-Low
Until the next one, when they squeeze them again.
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Have you considered switching antennas? I'm not that far from you, and my attic installation works fairly well. You can get a Yaghi for $45 or so off Amazon. However, for about the same amount you can get a Winegard bowtie from Home Depot.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Winegard-...D30H/203972856
(Yes, this one does VHF. I have this one in my attic. I get pretty much everything. I'm in Brushy Creek.)
At my other house in Leander further north than where I'm at now, I had a small mounted antenna in the attic, and picked up nearly 50 stations (Waco and Austin), but I didn't have the radiant barrier in the attic. My new location has radiant barrier, and is further south and the same antenna would only get channel 24. I ended up buying a Winegard HD7694P and mounted it in the antenna and it picked up all the Austin stations about 60% of the time. I went ahead and paid to put an antenna outside, and now I'm back up to the 50 channels.
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