I gave up trying to get WNBW via the ANT751 and went back to my rigged 300ohm splitter-combiner with an external FM wire.
For the first time in years I finally have all twelve Gainesville channels.
And that's with the ANT751 inside (too lazy to do the outside mount and I tried it outside temporarily and it did not get any extra channels).
Only WRUF is missing and I got it last night so maybe they aren't broadcasting right now since it is a student practice channel.
But it also might be because the ANT751 is now going through the UHF only part of the combiner and last night it was non-filtered.
I need to find the posts that tell you how to combine two antennas.
When I attach the FM wire directly to the ANT751 posts, it kills the signal on some channels, so I guess it will always need some filter.
Is there any cheap solution to make the wire filtered for VHF only and not pass UHF and make the ANT751 do the full spectrum?
The only VHF channels in town are WNBW and WRUF right ?
Oh wait, WTF is this - WRUF is now only weather?
The station was relaunched as a commercially-based 24-hour weather channel on June 1, 2011; this came after state funding to Florida's public radio and television stations was vetoed by Governor Rick Scott in May
Nevermind then, I don't need 24 hour weather. I liked the university channel as it had alternative PBS programming.