Apparently one of the Fort Wayne station had some transmitter problems, was that a week ago? Well, the weather was apparently a big factor on Jan 17, with all the FW stations.
I generally could not reliable get any of them in as far as I could remember. I was especially wanting to watch the season opener of "24". I got snippets.
My MythTV recorders can be accessed via HDHomeRun Config on my laptop, and some other methods.
I found that the signal levels were all over the park, and very unsteady.
I also found that I could get these stations, also unreliably.
wotv, wtiu, wtvs, wfxw, wdcq, wclj
They are from places like, Bloomington IN, Terre Haute IN, Saginaw Mi, Grand Rapids MI, and Detroit MI. There may have been a few more.
I even have a screen capture from a MythTV recording on the Detroit station. It was recording ch 21 WPTA and lost the signal mid-recording to pickup MyTV20 from Detroit for awhile.
In case you don't have a feeling about how far that is, it is a drive of 237 mi 3 hours 48 mins according to Google maps.
I love the quality of HDTV. Just great. And I loved how SDTV would always come in. I have seen this type of anomaly before in the past year. It is really weird to have local reception destroyed and get stations from far far away.
That probably could be regarded as not important *unless* you need weather and news information during bad storm situations. And of course, that would be during weird weather.....
I'm guessing there is no good solution. Upping xmitter power would probably exacerbate the problem.