As Mike said, we need more information. Can you give us the link to your tvfool report?
What stations do you need? Are they all in the same direction or different? Where is your antenna located; inside or outside?
How are you measuring the signal strength; with a reading from the TV tuner, or a separate signal level meter?
I'm using tv fool and trying to test the antenna in different positions.
Are you changing the location of the antenna, the azimuth aim, or both?
The problem is, every time I move the antenna , everything changes.
That's normal. The wavefront from the transmitter has standing waves. That is, there are peaks and dips in the signal strength as you move your antenna a little closer or further from the transmitter. You can prove this for yourself when you are sitting in your parked car listening to FM. If you move the car a few feet closer or further from the transmitter you will notice changes in signal strength.
Is there a way to simply generate a report?? Then move the antenna and generate another report?
Not that I know of. You would need an automated system that links your computer with a signal level meter for each scan at every location.
I measure the strength of all the signals that I want with the antenna in one location, move the antenna, and then record the strengths again. If there is one station in particular that I want, I watch the reading on my signal level meter to find the best location for that station as I move the antenna. These are the meters that I use:
Keep in mind, the tvfool report is only a computer estimate based on stored terrain information, but it doesn't know about trees or buildings in the signal path, or if your antenna is outside or in the attic.Edited by rabbit73 - 2/24/13 at 7:11pm