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Old 12-Jul-2014, 3:33 PM   #5
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In the analog days, many of the stations operated on low-VHF channels at very robust power levels. Low-VHF-bends very well over mountains, but unfortunately is mostly unsuited for digital operation due to problems with noise interference. As a result, most TV stations moved to UHF channels or the high-VHF territory. UHF signals bend very little making them mostly useless in mountainous areas. High VHF bends a bit better, but the stations are limited in transmitting power due to the requirement to avoid interfering with broadcasters n adjacent markets.

The bottom line is that there are little to no signals making it into your valley.

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