I didn't see anything from WFLX-DT at all last night.
Re: WHDT, the fact that Adelphia Cable doesn't have DTV tuners (or the means to pass HD signals) yet isn't the ONLY reason they're not broadcasting from West Palm Beach on channel 59...they still haven't installed an antenna yet.
I would be very interested to learn whether anyone has viewed any digital test transmissions on channel 44, since FCC documents indicate that it is a low-power NTSC translator:
WHDT-LP FL MIAMI USA
Licensee: GUENTER MARKSTEINER
Service Designation: TX Translator (Retransmitting) Facility or Application
Channel 44 Application
File No.: BPTTL -20011221ABA Facility ID No: 9614
CDBS Application ID No.: 5904830.
Antenna Structure Registration Number (ASRN): 10275290.
25 ° 58' 15.00" Latitude Zone:
80 ° 12' 32.00" Longitude (NAD27) Frequency Offset: None
Effective Radiated Power (ERP): 15.0 kW ERP
Ant. Height Above Average Terrain (HAAT): 0. meters HAAT
Ant. Radiation Center Above Mean Sea Level: 275.8 meters RCAMSL
Ant. Radiation Center Above Ground Level: 274. meters RCAGL
Directional Antenna ID: 42045 Pattern Rotation: 0.0°
Not in a Border Zone