Originally Posted by janiegirl
Any idea on why I don't get a stronger signal from 19? Anyway , thanks for the info.
I have the same result at Bridgewater, Va.: The supposedly weaker 16.1 comes in OK; gave us 16.2 WCAV for a while, but now that's gone since it was only there as a temporary test, as you note. Meanwhile none of my boxes can decode the supposedly stronger 19 WCAV.
Last time I checked, my reception problem was interference from a North Mountain translator that was also broadcasting on UHF 19 even though it shows on all the charts as being on UHF 21:
W21AC 21 TX LIC CENT.ROCKINGHAM COUN VA US BLTT-19840131IH - 12125 2.14 kW 0. m COUNTY OF ROCKINGHAM, VIRGINIA
I would swing my big old antenna around on the rotator to see if that translator is still broadcasting, but the walnut tree grew during the summer and I've got to cut it back before I get 360 degree rotation again.
Can anyone confirm what W21AC is doing these days?