On Sun, 05 Oct 2008 08:48:38 -0400, "T. McQuinn"
I am 8 to 9 miles from all the Cincinnati transmitters and there are all
within a 4 degree bearing as calculated by antennaweb.org. I only have
trees obstructing the line of sight path. With various indoor antennas
(amplified and non) I have yet to do well with an indoor setup, though
analog works well. But the low power explanation might be the reason.
If indoor antennas are working for you guys I will hopefully experience
The closest digital station to me is 23 miles from here. I get that
(and a couple of others) with an indoor (UHF) antenna. However, there
are no big towns in the way. Reception is good most of the time. The
station was off the air for a few minutes as Hurricane Ike passed
through (maybe the time it took to start their generator).
BTW, this is about 200 miles north of Galveston.
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