In deference to the many consumer antenna aficianados here, Rocky Mountain PBS has a viewer up Coal Creek Canyon (Highway 72) that is on the edge of signal coverage as reported my Longley-Rice mapping. He is on Copperdale Lane a quarter mile south of Highway 72.
The viewer has seen the RMPBS signal before. The viewer has an outdoor antenna (make/model?) on his deck, and it is accessible. The viewer has been advised to extend the height of his antenna, use the strength meter on his OTA converter box to dial in the antenna rotation, and perform double-scans on his box.
I promised the viewer that I would inquire about a good antenna, not knowing what he has now. I note that there is a mountain/rise in the terrain just southeast of him that is 250 feet higher than his house. The RMPBS antenna is 260-feet up its tower, and may negate much of the offending rise southeast of the viewer's house. Again, signal is right on the edge.
Antenna make/model suggestions that could be passed on??