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Old 19-Aug-2020, 7:04 PM   #2
rabbit73
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Originally Posted by eclipsme View Post
Signal Analysis: http://www.tvfool.com/?option=com_wr...903876af1d9513

I am in Vero Beach and would like to get networks, if possible.

I've got ABC in West Palm (easy), but is it possible to get NBC and CBS from either West Palm Beach (to the south) or from Orlando (to the North)?
Hello, eclipsme; welcome to the forum.

Thank you for the signal report.



Here is a report from rabbitears.info, based on my estimate of your location, which should have a more accurate list of channels because TVFool is using a database with errors:
https://www.rabbitears.info/searchma...tudy_id=138161

The Signal Margin is similar to Noise Margin.



The Winegard HD7698P combo antenna would give you a good chance with those weak signals. The new instructions for the antenna are very confusing. It is important to open the VHF elements in the correct order so that they alternate.

I suggest WKMG for CBS and WESH for NBC; ABC should be strong enough to come in from the rear. NBC will be the most difficult.
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