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Old 07-16-2019, 09:13 AM   #15
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Bruce, the key to knowing what you are peaking is to know what channel number the station you are interested in actually broadcasts on. For example, here the station that appears on the TV as VHF's Channel 10 is actually broadcast on UHF channel 31. So I'll need to set the panel to 31, not 10, to peak that channel.

You can find the broadcast channel by looking up the call letters (WAVY-TV in my example) in Wikipedia.

Or, because I have the old style switch, I pull up AntennaPoint.com, plug in my zip, find stations at 30 miles or so, get the compass heading, get out my trusty compass, aim and scan. Touch up if needed. Sometimes a moot point cuz there's those shady trees ... then back to Netflix or a Kindle book.

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I use the IOS app "Antenna Point"
It lets me know what direction and how close OTA channels are.

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