I am new to the OTA arena. I live on top of a hill and I’m trying to lock in ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX using a Clearstream 2V mounted on my chimney with zero obstructions. I'm in Owasso, OK (Stone Canyon). I’m hoping someone might shine some light on my issue. I am getting a perfect and stable image from 50+ stations except Fox 23. It shows 100%, but then intermittently drops out. TV Fool shows it being the strongest of all the towers concentrated in that area, so I'm really scratching my head as to why the issue. Since I am on a significant hill overlooking Tulsa, I don't have any obstructions. I am guessing there is some sort of interference I need to deal with?
Do you have any suggested of what one might add or change to troubleshoot/remedy from here? I’m stuck.
Here is a link to my TV Fool Analysis... http://www.tvfool.com/?option=com_wr...903859684c7faa
Using the Signal GH IOS app, I was able to determine that the towers are all in line from my location. Fox is the closest at 16 miles away. CBS and NBC are on the same tower just behind it also listed at 16 miles, and finally the ABC tower is a little further behind those at 21 miles. From my location they are pretty much lined up in a row within a degree of each other.
Here is a link to a folder of photos for reference. https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...Y6?usp=sharing
IMG_0770 - App screenshot showing my location and towers
IMG_0769 - App screenshot of towers
IMG_0771 - App screenshot of signal strength reported by HDHomeRun Quattro
IGM_0773 - App screen shot of signal drop out over time on Fox 23.
IMG_0777 - Photo of my roof install on the chimney
IMG-0776 - Photo with phone flat against antenna to show it's POV
I used brand new RG6 quad shield cabling (50 ft) and high quality connectors to connect the Clearstream 2V directly to a new HDHomeRun Quattro.