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Old 11-Aug-2016, 5:16 PM   #4
rabbit73
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As ADTech stated, the computer simulations for the reports and coverage are not precisely accurate to the degree you would like; testing will be necessary.

I did three reports using your coordinates at different heights. They indicate that you should get your antenna as high as you can, and you should have reliable reception.

40 feet
http://www.tvfool.com/?option=com_wr...e2cba0a97b9441
25 feet
http://www.tvfool.com/?option=com_wr...e2cbe3d0d7159a
10 feet
http://www.tvfool.com/?option=com_wr...e2cbbfd9aa8fac

I also did 3 snips from the interactive browser at different heights; see the attachments. Because of the rough terrain and the slightly different locations for the transmitters, the channel listing changes at different heights.
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Can the signal make it over the hill?
For some of the channels, my opinion is yes, if you can get your antenna high enough. Tilting the front of the antenna up might help.





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File Type: jpg OutlierTVFsnip40.JPG (101.0 KB, 320 views)
File Type: jpg OutlierTVFsnip25.JPG (102.4 KB, 327 views)
File Type: jpg OutlierTVFsnip10.JPG (98.4 KB, 326 views)
File Type: jpg OutlierTVFmap.JPG (101.7 KB, 702 views)
File Type: jpg OutlierTVFp2KPXD.JPG (96.2 KB, 718 views)
File Type: jpg OutlierTVFp2KPXDcu2.JPG (148.0 KB, 733 views)
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Last edited by rabbit73; 11-Aug-2016 at 8:30 PM.
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