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jerrymc 21-Sep-2019 6:54 PM

KDOC Not in TVFool Database?
 
Why is KDOC in Los Angeles missing in the TVFool database? :confused:

It's clearly broadcasting and has been for many years.

OTAFAN 21-Sep-2019 9:31 PM

Hi jerrymc:

TV Fool has a very small staff that has not been able to keep up with Repack changes, etc. But, I just checked Rabbitears.info for the LA Market and it's there. Copy and past (sorry I'm not the most adept computer keystroke). Hope this helps.....

56
12
KDOC-TV
ANAHEIM
CA

IND
Display
Channel
Physical
Channel
Video
Audio
Call Sign
Network/Programming
Nickname
Notes
Print
56-01

12.1

720p

DD2.0
KDOC
Independent
"KDOC"
56-02

12.2

480i

DD2.0
ESNE
ESNE TV

56-03

12.3

480i (w)

DD2.0
Me-TV
Me-TV
"Me-TV Hollywood"
(KHTV-CD 54-1)
56-04

12.4

480i (w)

DD2.0
Comet
Comet TV

56-05

12.5

480i

DD2.0
SETTV
SBTN

56-06

12.6

480i (w)

DD2.0
KDHL-TV
Vietnamese

56-07

12.7

480i

DD2.0
LSTV
Vietnamese
"Little Saigon TV"
56-08

12.8

480i (w)

DD2.0
CHARGE
Charge!

56-09

12.9

480i (w)

DD2.0
CHTV
Chinese
"Christian Herald Television"
56-10

12.10

480i (w)

DD2.0
VGMT
[Blank]

Technical Data

Ownership, Repack, Historical, and Translator Data

jerrymc 21-Sep-2019 10:43 PM

Kdoc (h-vhf)
 
Thanks.

I didn't realize KDOC moved to H-VHF (207MHz) a few months ago when KTLA moved its freq. as well.

It now makes sense that KDOC doesn't come in as well anymore, along with KABC (177MHz). So much for using 2 separate antennas.
(One for UHF and one for VHF.) :mad:

OTAFAN 21-Sep-2019 11:56 PM

Quote:

I didn't realize KDOC moved to H-VHF (207MHz) a few months ago
Hi jerrymc:

Yes, and for those of us who have been a bit frustrated with their previous signal strength on their UHF frequency, this change to VHF High 12, physical, with strong readings on my TV meter, 35dB plus SNR, was a welcome boon. No complaints from this Peanut Gallery since the change!

Sorry to hear about your difficulties due to your location. If you send a PM (for your privacy) to rabbit73, he has the technical background to run a location check that might help with your reception. At least it couldn't hurt and only cost you in a small amount of time. Just an idea.

Anyway, hopefully better viewing days ahead for you. All the best.....

rabbit73 22-Sep-2019 2:28 AM

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Originally Posted by jerrymc (Post 62232)
I didn't realize KDOC moved to H-VHF (207MHz) a few months ago when KTLA moved its freq. as well.
It now makes sense that KDOC doesn't come in as well anymore, along with KABC (177MHz). So much for using 2 separate antennas.
(One for UHF and one for VHF.) :mad:

KDOC moved from 32 to 12 during Repack Phase 2
https://www.rabbitears.info/market.p...&callsign=KDOC

Repack Plan
https://www.rabbitears.info/repackch...=&lss=&status=

Current TVFool report:
http://www.tvfool.com/?option=com_wr...90385d21dbceed

Report from rabbitears.info, which should be more accurate:
https://www.rabbitears.info/searchma...study_id=13545

Extract from rabbitears.info report:

https://forum.tvfool.com/attachment....4&d=1569117197

You are behind a mountain for KDOC, jerry:

https://forum.tvfool.com/attachment....5&d=1569117594

Your location is on the edge of the red zone of the Longley-Rice coverage map, which is the weakest listed signal strength.

https://forum.tvfool.com/attachment....6&d=1569161131

Because of the directional KDOC transmitting antenna pattern, less than 38 kW out of 110 kW ERP is sent in your direction:

https://forum.tvfool.com/attachment....7&d=1569164326


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