You have lots of strong signals, so an average VHF/UHF antenna should work fine for you. Something like the Winegard HD7694 - http://www.solidsignal.com/pview.asp?p=HD7694P&ss=526979 - should get signals from all the stations, but your problem is that the signals come from several different directions. You can see that on the TV Fool diagram. You have 11 stations coming from Sutro Tower in San Francisco, 4 stations from Mt. San Bruno, just south of San Francisco, 6 stations coming from the hills above Fremont, two from Mt. Diablo, several from Walnut Grove and several from Marin and Sonoma Counties. You can either concentrate on getting the ones from Sutro and Mt. San Bruno and get the others hit or miss, or you can get a rotor so that you can turn the antenna in any direction you need.I lived in Richmond/San Pablo area and I want your expertise on what's the best antenna setup for my location base of tvfool report that follows: http://www.tvfool.com/?option=com_wrapper&Itemid=29&q=id=f1f0096f79d7c6 thanks in advance
I strongly recommend that you mount the antenna outside on the roof, not in the attic. Roofing materials can decrease your signal strength up to 50%.