I am curious to see if anyone gets more DTV channels/sub-channels than I do. You can post your results if you wish (see my attachment). I just have a RadioShack antenna in my apt. balcony; nothing special. The only channel I dont get reliably is local Spanish DTV channel.
Yes...but ABC in DC does not feed thru HD at this time, so I use ABC out of Baltimore. But they do run different local & syndicated stuff at various times, causing a wonderful Simpsons overload! PBS DC sometimes runs as many as 3 subchannels, and ABC Baltimore runs 2 subs, one 4x3 and one weather.
I'm guessing mkanet gets the same networks from different cities as well. (?)
East Palo Alto is right across the border from Menlo Park. The reception there should be just as good. Maybe EPA is the HDTV promised land.
(Of course, reception *should* be as good or better at my home 20 miles southeast in Cupertino, but even though I'm closer to channel 12/11's transmitter, my HiPix won't recognize the signal. Analog channel 11 is ghosty and speckly, too. On my list of things to do is to add a fixed-direction roof antenna and amplifier to try to pull it in. Channel 11 is now NBC, an asinine situation that has damaged ratings for both NBC and its now-independent former local carrier, channel 4.)
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