[mythtv-users] OT: Help choosing an antenna for ATSC

Mudit Wahal mwahal at gmail.com
Tue Jun 21 00:26:58 UTC 2005

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On 6/20/05, Jason Weinstein <potuncle at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm trying to receive the 5 local ATSC stations and not having good
> luck with my current antenna. My current antenna is a medium sized
> VHF/UHF/FM directional antenna with a mast mounted pre-amp. I cannot
> get a decent signal on all the stations without rotating the antenna.
> My inital plans were to have MythTV control my rotor whenever it
> changed the channel, but it seems that MythTV cannot run channel
> change scripts when using a DVB tuner card.
> So, if possible, I'd like to replace my antenna with an
> omnidirectional UHF-only one. Of the 5 stations I am trying to
> receive, 3 have transmitters that are located 1.7 miles from me at 208
> degrees, and 2 have transmitters 8 miles from me at 17 degrees. There
> are some surrounding tall trees twoards the South of my home.
> Anyone have an antenna that they can suggest?
> Thanks much,
> Jason
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