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Old 19-Feb-2018, 11:56 PM   #4
rabbit73
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I used 25 feet for the RabbitEars report; the same as the TVFool report. If you inspect the link for the report, you will see the antenna height at the end of the link. I used the same short coordinates for the report because I don't know the exact coordinates for their antenna. This is the link to the RabbitEars report. It takes a LONG time to load when the signal strengths are requested.

https://www.rabbitears.info/search.p...=dBm&height=25

The azimuth diagram at the bottom of the report uses virtual channel numbers; a TVFool report uses real channel numbers.

A RabbitEars report doesn't always agree with the TVFool report on signal strength, even at the same antenna height, but both list signal strength (actually, signal power since it is dB) in decreasing order.
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