Originally Posted by Beeper
For the channel 68 (RF 5) that doesn't tune on the Apex, TVfool shows LOS 6.7 miles NM(dB) 67.1 PWR (dBm) -23.7.
The tower farm has all of the full power antennas in a 16 degree range from my location, and I split the difference with my antenna aim.
That sounds like WIWN. Tvfool for Milwaukee:http://www.tvfool.com/?option=com_wrapper&Itemid=29&q=id%3de779a612f63ff0
Maybe it's overload, or maybe it's this from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WIWN
On August 12, 2012, it was reported that the station had began to broadcast from the MPTV Tower, airing programming from WeatherNation and using the new calls WIWN-TV, which became official on August 13, 2012.. A week previous, Weigel had moved their independent station WMLW from low-power Channel 41 to the Channel 49 full-power signal of WBME, which carries Me-TV programming with both stations switching their calls, and began high-definition operations for WMLW, suggesting a challenge to WIWN in some way.
I tried aiming directly at each end of the 16 degree range, and found little difference in signal strength.
If you have maxed out the signal strength indicator, there will be little difference in strength.
The Apex that Trip in Va is using at home for WBRA, RF3, is more sensitive than his Zenith DTT900 for VHF-low.Edited by rabbit73 - 8/31/12 at 6:17pm