Originally Posted by iitywygms
I am going to spend the weekend moving the antenna to the other side of the house just to see what happens.
... other than moving the antenna.
I said, and others have said many times before me,
Move the antenna up, down, back and forward and also test all 360 degrees of direction.
That's how I found the best place for an antenna to receive KQEH, on a frosted flakes big box next to my HTPC pointing South East when KQEH is to the North East. That has been the best place for the antenna dedicated to KQEH, the second antenna connection to the MyHD tuner.
KTNC, I use my old 4 - bay UHF antenna on a rotor with an amp pointed out the end of the partial faraday cage that is my new roof. (See profile)
That antenna dedicated for KTNC is on one of my four HDHR tuners and is used only for that one channel. (Three HDHR's are on my main antenna.)
It was disconnected in favor of a Terk HDTVa on top of a bookcase when my main antenna was taken down and the 49'ers were on KGO.
I moved it around all over the bookcase top and pointed it in all directions until I found a sweet spot for RF 35 and got it solid and the 49'ers won.
Due to the larger wavelength of RF 7 you may have to move the antenna up, down, left, right, back, forward a larger distance to see any possible change. Chuck can state the wavelength better, I think that it is less than a meter.
Edited by SFischer1 - 10/7/13 at 9:19pm