I look forward to hearing your experiences with the new HD HomeRun receiver. I've been seriously thinking of ordering one. I'm thinking i should order soon so i'll be ready when ATSC 3.0 arrives here in the Bay Area. So far, I haven't seen anything about any of the stations here preparing for it, although we're one of the markets where we're supposed to have it by the end of the year.Today I'll be getting the new ATSC 3.0 capable tuner from Silicondust, the HDHomerun HDHR5-4K. Of course there's no 3.0 broadcasts here in the Bay Area, yet - would have to move to Portland or Phoenix for those. And apparently there's no easy way to decode the new AC-4 sound encoding even where there are 3.0 broadcasts. Early adopters' syndrome.
But I'm interested in the new 4K tuner now in the hope that it will be better at handling multipath on ATSC 1.0 than the existing HDHomeRun Connect Duo that I have (which apparently was designed years ago and uses an older tuner chip that is not so proficient at multipath).
As they say, stay tuned.
They have an STA for a different antenna since last July. Is that when your problem started? Here's the filing which includes details on the new antenna.Did channel 20 change recently in the repack? I always got it fine?
Most likely. I don't check it that often unless there is something on one of the sub channels. Here is my info if it helps:
It says KCNZ (KOFY) has a 36 dB noise margin and LOS. It baffles me as to why people are having trouble with this station. That is not a weak signal. That's 30 dB stronger than my best UHF station which I never have trouble with. There must be some really bizarre reception issues in the Bay Area.Most likely. I don't check it that often unless there is something on one of the sub channels. Here is my info if it helps: