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Channel Master

The EXTREMEtenna $95 is an 8-Bay,  multi-directional outdoor antenna that receives high definition and digital signals from a span of 180 degrees with a range of up to 80 miles. (mast & amplifier not included) Combined with the ROTATOR, $89, you can get all channels in the 360 degrees with just one rotation .

Reception Range 80 miles
Type Outdoor
CEA Color Code yellow, green, light green, red, blue, violet
Reception Pattern Multi-directional
Built-In Amplifier no
Installation roof, attic, mast, eave, chimney

 

 

DVR with Channel Master

The only subscription-free, over-the-air DVR ($199) that integrates online streaming services and lets you choose your recording capacity. It’s TV Freedom. Note: 16GB requires external USB hard drive for full DVR functionality (not included).

Description

The only subscription-free, over-the-air DVR that integrates online streaming services and lets you choose your recording capacity.  Watch and record free, live over-the-air broadcast programming in crystal clear HD, including all of your favorite shows, news and sports from ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, PBS, The CW and many more. Experience pure, uncompressed HD, a higher quality video signal than what is provided through cable and satellite operators, displaying both SD and HD video resolutions up to 1080i/1080p.

Enjoy a familiar experience with menus and a program guide very similar to the DVRs used by cable and satellite operators, and dual tuners allow you to record one program while watching another or record two programs at the same time. Internet connectivity provides additional features including an expanded 14-day program guide, software updates, access to online streaming services and a free subscription to Channel Master TV (30+ Internet Channels).
The DVR+ on-screen setup wizard will add your antenna channels, internet channels via wifi and streaming services to your program guide. Includes surround sound.
"DVR+" starter package with only an indoor antenna you might not receive transmissions over 20 miles  from Marin( see maps below).

95 channels for zip 94903

What’s Included

DVR+ Digital TV Receiver/Recorder Quick Start Guide
IR Universal Remote (2) AAA Batteries
Live Internet Channels CMTV 1 year Limited Warranty
14-Day Channel Guide External Power Supply
Streaming apps: SLINGTV VUDU Pandora YouTubeThey haven't been able to do a deal with Netflix
"We've used a rotating roof antenna for years at our house, which is within 3 blocks of Kaiser Hospital.
It's not a huge antenna, but it's up fairly high. We have a
Channel Master Rotator, $89, (see far below) which we operate with a remote control, which allows us to receive San Francisco and Sacramento stations. We get a lot of channels!

We use a Zenith receiver(discontinued, (see the "DVR+" below) with about 8 hours of memory (16gb) to record shows if needed.
Picture quality is excellent with an
antenna; the only drawback is that you occasionally get reception problems when the weather is very turbulent. It hasn't been much of a problem for us as it's usually temporary and we're usually streaming video anyway." (see SLING, VUDU and USB WIFI Adapter below)

"Has a good tv guide from ROVI . Must be connected to  wifi or ethernet.. Then there is the streaming internet channels Pandora, You tube, Sling, if you subscribe, plus others.   I like the internet stations but would like to be able to record internet programs." You would think you could do that with the USB WIFI Adapter($39)? But the FTC says "NO" !

  "I added Sling TV so I can get ESPN which I watch all the time.
Other than having to move my antenna around to find the right spot to get all the local channels I now have everything I watched before and NO cable bill."

"The guy at CM recommended I get the discount coupon from antennaweb.org and get a separate hard drive.  This saved me about 250 bucks by my estimation and I got the wireless adapter and extra antenna for free!  I love everything about it as it works exactly as promised.  I am hopeful that CM will continue to update with streaming sites as they become available to them or possibly add Netflix or Hulu (etc) to the lineup.  The diagnostic tools and partial scan ability is great for getting my station lineup complete even if some stations don't always come in."

"Combined with my attic-mounted digital TV antenna, I receive all of the local stations in crystal-clear HD reception (and it's sharper than what I was getting from my cable TV service).

Coupled with the on-board SlingTV app, and the Netflix & Hulu subscriptions that I have on my AppleTV (which I already had), I'm entirely free from cable TV.

Offering a little advice to other people who are thinking about cutting the cord, start with getting the right digital TV antenna first. Channel Master offers several options, and the antenna is the most crucial part of cutting the cord. Once you have the right antenna, add the DVR+ and a good external USB hard drive, and you'll never look back.

BTW, I was previously paying $160/month for my cable TV service. I now pay $34/month ($20/month for SlingTV, and $14/mo for Netflix & Hulu)."

You do not need to convert the coax to hdmi to get your channels in HD. The coax going straight to a modern TV will give you full 1080p  .

 

1. a Mohu hdtv antenna. ( $150 for 60 miles)
2. Roku streaming device $100
3. Sling TV (40+ channels $25/mth)
4. Extreme DSL for Internet service ( 3 Mbits/sec for $15/mth -- Comcast offers 50 to 150)
5. Magic Jack for landline service
This is a great cost savings and we eliminated all ATT Uverse bills

  If the main cable line is hooked to the new antenna, how can one get internet service from the cable company if the cable line will now have to be hooked to the antenna?

I had an existing cable line, which had a splitter for internet and TV. It was at this connection point in the splitter, I hooked my Mohu Antenna.

 If you get your internet and cable service from the same company (like Comcast), this configuration probably won't work for you. I get my internet service from ATT, and that comes in via my phone line. However, it might be possible to use some of the cable runs for the antenna and some for the internet, if you are ready to run some new lines where they need to go. I actually have the antenna feed running from the attic down through the cable line to the basement, and from there, I have a couple of other coax lines running to my other 2 TVs. Where the cable line comes in from outside, I have sent that back up to the cable converter to be able to watch and record the couple of cable shows I want to watch. It was a bit complicated and time consuming to do all this, but in the end it was worth it.

Local Channels Included with
DISH Packages

ABC(HD), CBS(hd), OX(HD),NBC, theCW, PBS -- DISH HOPPER DVR with SLING
the DISH Antenna points SSE (south south east)

 

 

SONIC INTERNET and optionally DISH NETWORK

Fusion FTTN X2 $60.00
Modem Rental $9.50
ATA Rental ( plug your phone into the Analog Telephone Adaptor ) $6.50

Fusion FTTN X2 (Fiber-to-the-node X2) more than doubles the speed of Fusion FTTN and is Internet access delivered using AT&T's IP network at up to 50Mbps, plus Sonic Voice-over-IP telephone service with unlimited nationwide calling. One phone line and more than twice the speed of Fusion FTTN for $60 per month*, plus taxes and fees.
Do not offer any services without home phone at this time.
Most home security systems are compatible with
Sonic
's Voice-over-Internet-Protocol phone service.

the 200 DISH package (plus the 120) $65/mo

Animal Planet HD FYI HD Outdoor Channel HD
BBC America HD Galavisión HD Oyxgen
BET HD Golf Channel HD RFD-TV HD
Boomerang GSN HD Science HD
Bravo HD Hallmark Channel Sundance TV HD
CBS Sports Network HD Investigation Discovery HD TeenNick
Cooking Channel HD Lifetime Movie Network HD Turner Classic Movies HD
Discovery Familly HD MLB Network HD UniMÁS HD
Disney Junior National Geographic Channel HD Univision HD
Disney XD NBA TV HD Univision Deportes Network HD
DIY HD NBCSN HD UP
El Rey NFL Network HD Viceland HD
Esquire Network HD NHL Network HD WGN Cable Network HD
FOX Sports 1 HD Nick Jr.
FXX HD OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network HD Plus Many More
 

the 120 DISH package $50/mo

AMC IFC  
Blockbuster @Home Reelz  
Blockbuster Studio    

Family Channels

     
ABC Family Cartoon Network (W) Kids and Teens Television
BabyFirstTV Disney Channel Nickelodeon/Nick at Nite
Cartoon Network Disney Channel (W) Nickelodeon/Nick at Nite (W)

Sports Channels

     
Big Ten Network FOX Sports 2 NHL Center Ice
ESPN FXX PAC-12 Networks
ESPN2 HorseRacing TV Regional Sports Network
ESPNEWS Longhorn Network SEC Network
ESPNU NBA League Pass TV Games Network

News Channels

     
C-SPAN CNN msnbc
C-SPAN2 DoD News Newsmax TV
CCTV News FOX News Russia Today
CCTV-E Free Speech TV Weather Channel
CNBC HLN  

Entertainment Channels

     
A&E Fuse PPV
Alma Vision Hispanic Network FX Prayer
America Live Gems and Jewelry PRST
Angel One HGTV QVC
Angel Two History Rocks TV
AXS TV HITN Sale
BYU Television HOPR SHPHQ
Christian Television Network HSN SiriusXM - 70+ Music Channels
Church Channel HSN2 Sonlife Broadcasting Network
Classic Arts Showcase IDEA Spike TV
CMT Impact Network Syfy
Comedy Central In Country Television TBS
Daystar ION Three Angels Broadcasting Network
DEAL Jewelry Television TLC
Discovery Channel Jewelry Television TNT
DISH 101 Lifetime Travel Channel
DishCD - 30+ Music Channels Link Television Trinity Broadcasting Network
DISH Network FYI Liquidation Channel TV Guide Network
DishHOME Entertainment Television MARKT TV Land
E! Entertainment Television Mercury Television USA
Enlace MUSIC USAA
Eternal Word Television Network MTV V-ME
FETV MTV2 VH1
Fit NASA WEtv
Food Network NOTAX WORLD
Free Preview Guide Pivot YOUTV
    Plus Many More

 

the 250 DISH package (plus the 200 and 120) $75/mo

American Heroes Channel ENCORE Suspense Ride TV
beIN SPORTS HD ENCORE Westerns Rural TV
beIN Sports En Español HD EPIX DRIVE-IN Smithsonian Channel
Bloomberg Television FOX Sports 2 HD Sportsman Channel HD
Chiller Fusion Tennis Channel HD
Destination American HD FXM TheBlaze
DISH Music - over 18 music channels Great American Country The Movie Channel (W)
ENCORE (W) HALLMARK MOVIES & Mysteries HD The Movie Channel Xtra (W)
ENCORE Action MoviePlex VH1 Classic
ENCORE Black NatGeo WILD HD Z Living HD
ENCORE Classic NBC Universo  
ENCORE Family Nicktoons Plus Many More

https://www.AntennasDirect.com/transmitter-locator.html

  1. Check to see if the digital channels in your area broadcast on the UHF or VHF band.  If the Affiliate channels are for high-frequency VHF stations (Channels 7 – 13), you will need a VHF antenna. Check out our ClearStream 1V, ClearStream 2V or ClearStream 4V HDTV antennas based on their range. For UHF (Channels 14 - 51), you will receive crystal clear reception with any of our other antennas.
  2. Determine how far will your antenna be from the transmitters. Look at the column heading in dark blue showing the distance in miles (mi) and choose your antenna based on the farthest transmitter from your location.
  3. You might need a uni-directional or multi-directional antenna. In some cities like New York, Chicago and Los Angeles, all stations are broadcast from one central area; the Empire State and GE Buildings in New York, the Sears Tower or Hancock Building in downtown Chicago, and Mt. Wilson in Los Angeles. In other cities like St. Louis, the transmitters are scattered around the city. Check the Black markers on the map, and if all of your desired stations are transmitting from the same area or within 20° of each other, you can use a uni-directional antenna: Check out the Element Uni-directional long range antenna. If the transmitters are positioned more than 20° apart, it is best to use a multi-directional antenna. All of our antennas indicate whether they are a uni-directional or multi-directional antenna.

Search Results:
Found 34 transmitters within 65 miles of 94903 ( the furthest is 59 miles away)

 
Clearstream4 Antenna $150
70+ Mile Range

Clearstream5 Antenna $140
KTLN-TV 8.83 mi UHF 344.13°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KTLN-DT TLN
  QUEUETV Jewelry TV
  SBN SonLife
  Cool TV Chinese
KRON-TV 19.49 mi UHF 164.42°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KRON-HD MyN
  SkyLink Sky Link TV USA
  GetTV GetTV
KTVU 19.49 mi UHF 164.42°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KTVU-HD FOX
  KTVU-SD LATV
  KTVUSD2 Movies!
  KTVUSD3 BUZZR
KBCW 19.49 mi UHF 164.42°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KBCW-DT CW
KCNS 19.49 mi UHF 164.42°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  MundoFo SonLife
  Sino TV Sino TV
  KTNC  
  38.4 Comet TV
  NTD NTDTV
  Works The Works
KCSM-TV 19.49 mi UHF 164.42°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KCSM Educational
  KCSMF24 France24
  Jazz-TV Audio
KFSF-DT 19.49 mi UHF 164.42°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KFSF-HD UniMás
  KDTV-SD  
  BOUNCE Bounce TV
    Grit
KGO-TV 19.49 mi VHF 164.42°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KGO-HD ABC
  LIVWELL Live Well
  KGO-SD Laff
KMTP-TV 19.49 mi UHF 164.42°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KMTP-DT Ethnic
  WorldCh [Blank]
  WTV [Blank]
  NTD Classic Arts Showcase
  KPOP Korean
KOFY-TV 19.49 mi UHF 164.42°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KOFY-HD Independent
  MeTV Me-TV
  KOFYDT3 VieTV
  KOFYDT4 This TV
KPIX-TV 19.49 mi UHF 164.42°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KPIX-DT CBS
    Decades
KQED 19.49 mi UHF 164.42°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KQED-HD PBS
  KQED+  
  WORLD World Channel
KRCB 22.27 mi UHF 355.87°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KRCB-DT PBS
  KRCB-C Create
  NHKWORL NHK World
KFTL-CD 24.27 mi UHF 165.13°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KFTL-CD Religious
  KFTL-CD HSN
  KFTL-CD Music Videos
  KFTL-CD Music Videos
  KFTL-CD Retro TV
  KFTL-CD The Country Network
KKPX-TV 24.27 mi UHF 165.13°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  ION ION
  qubo Qubo
  IONLife ION Life
  Shop Infomercials
  HSN HSN
  QVC QVC
KTSF 24.32 mi UHF 165.24°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KTSF-D1 Asian Multilingual
  KTSF-D2 Diya TV
  KTSF-D3 KBS World
  KTSF-D4  
  KTSF-D5 Vietnamese
  KTSF-D6 Vietnamese
KNTV 24.42 mi VHF 165.22°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KNTV HD NBC
  COZI-TV COZI TV
  KSTS HD Telemundo
KTNC-TV 35.74 mi UHF 106.14°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KTNC-SF Estrella TV
  KTNC-SA The Works
  Works  
  RTV  
KDTV-CD 43.64 mi UHF 355.21°
  Call Sign Affiliate Virtual Channel
KEXT-CD 51.90 mi UHF 134.39°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KEXT Japanese
KSTS 51.92 mi UHF 134.42°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KNTV-HD NBC
  KSTS-HD Telemundo
  TeleX TeleXitos
KAXT-CD 51.92 mi UHF 134.42°
  Call Sign Affiliate Virtual Channel
KDTV-DT 51.92 mi UHF 134.42°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KDTV-HD Univision
  KFSF-SD  
  getTV GetTV
    Escape
KICU-TV 52.65 mi UHF 134.82°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KICU-HD Independent
  KICU-SD KEMS
  KICUSD2 CCTV News
  KICUSD3 Heroes & Icons
KQEH 52.65 mi UHF 134.82°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KQED+ PBS
  KQED  
  LIFE PBS Encore
  KIDS PBS Kids
  V-me V-Me
KTFK-DT 58.76 mi UHF 75.18°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KUVS.2  
  KTFK-DT UniMás
  KTFK-DT GetTV
    Grit
KXTV 58.76 mi VHF 75.18°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KXTV-DT ABC
  LiveWel Justice Network
    Heroes & Icons
KOVR 58.76 mi UHF 75.18°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KOVR-DT CBS
  DECADES Decades
KTXL 59.12 mi UHF 73.07°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KTXL-TV FOX
  Ant TV Antenna TV
    This TV
KVIE 59.12 mi VHF 73.07°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KVIEHD PBS
  KVIE2 PBS Encore
  KVIEWLD World Channel
  KVIEVme V-Me
KSPX-TV 59.77 mi UHF 73.71°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  ION ION
  qubo Qubo
  IONLife ION Life
  Shop Infomercials
  QVC QVC
  HSN HSN
  TLMD  
KCRA-TV 59.77 mi UHF 73.71°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KCRA-TV NBC
  ME TV Me-TV
KMAX-TV 59.77 mi UHF 73.71°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KMAX-DT CW
KQCA 59.77 mi UHF 73.71°
  Call Sign Affiliate
  KQCA MyN
  MOVIES! Movies!
  KQCA.3 Estrella TV
 

HDTV antenna setup that pulls in 82 channels, even with the TerraLinda/Sleepy Hollow ridge parked in front of the house. Our monthly Comcast bill had amounted to over $160. By cutting the cable, the bill dropped by $100.  It took a lot of trial and error, and research to get this right, so here is what we did:

Materials:
Denny’s Stacker Antenna -- http://dennysantennaservice.com/hd_stack...
Antenna Parts Outlet – Eave Mount -- http://www.antennapartsoutlet.com/Pages/...
5 foot mast and 100’ of RG6 coaxial cable -- Purchased at Electronics Plus on 4th Street.

You might have different results, but I’d recommend the Denny’s Stacker for TerraLinda, as I did try smaller outdoor and indoor antennas, with varying results. NBC was problematic for us, as its broadcast is from San Bruno Mountain, which is further away than Mt. Sutro. This setup seems to fix this.

When you install, use the compass on your phone and point the antenna to 150 degrees SE. That is about the direction of Sutro Tower from TerraLinda.

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Our first try was the RCA 751R, which is 35 bucks on Amazon. It was ok, but missed NBC. That will help set expectations of what you can or can't pick up if you go to a larger antenna. There are also reception websites that give you signal strength based on zip code. But TerraLinda can vary by where you are. One thing I do want to mention is that the project came in, parts and labor, at under 500 bucks. So that's why it makes sense to experiment with something cheap to set expectations.

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This shows compass direction to Sacramento stations is about 74deg.

We live deep in Sleepy Hollow and get the stations on a bounce off of the big hill between Sleepy Hollow and Terra Linda. Yes, the antenna is pointing the wrong way, but it works 95% on the SF stations except channel 11 which is only about 60%. This is with a high-end channel master antenna. Pointed at Mt. Sutro we have 0% reception.

It was rather amazing. I was real frustrated after installing the antenna and receiving 2 Sacramento stations and some misc. UHF stations with zero local VHF stations. Then, while rotating the antenna, I found the sweet spot pointed at the hill. 2, 4 and 5 are close to 100%. Channel 11 seems to be affected by temp. inversions and sometimes gets iffy. My antenna is only on a 3' mast and barely clears the ridge line of the roof.

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I am a retired Commercial Dealer for DirecTV and applaud you on the work you had done. You must live in a sweet spot to be able to pick up over the air HDTV signal from both Sutro and San Bruno. Couple of things to be aware of -
1) Never use white RG-6 Coaxial cable outdoors. White cable is not Ultraviolet protected and over time the Sun, Rain etc. will break it down. If I was to do what you did, I would have used RG-6Q in Black color. U/V protected and has a quad shield for keeping interfering signals from entering through the cable. I have heard recently that there is some white cable available that is U/V protected but I have not seen it yet.
2)  Off air looks spectacular as long as you have a good clean signal. I have compared DirecTV picture quality side by side to Comcast for many years and DirecTV wins by a mile. The picture is cleaner and there is way less pixelation.

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I use Sling TV to pick up Fox & NBC and lots of basic cable (Comedy Central, TNT, Food Network, HGTV, etc) and pay $25/month for that service. Otherwise I'm also on an antenna and am super-happy to not be paying the traditional cable companies for tons of channels I didn't watch!

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free Kodi (http://kodi.tv/) to stream all my movies/tv shows/music to my TV. I see in the latest version of their software that they include a PVR.

see what channels you'll be able to get: http://www.antennaweb.org/

basic model TiVo Roamio (www.tivo.com $199 plus $12.50/month) works with both cable and an antenna. The higher models are cable only, for some reason.

eyetv <https://www.elgato.com/en/eyetv>. can be used as a DVR

purchased an antenna system from Walgreens and get about 30 stations loud and clear. Price was $15 in the TV section. Need an HD converter box to work for about $50.

 

 

Total Channels: 
39
according to Channel Master

2    IND 7 mi Hi-V
Call Sign: KQRM-LP
RF Channel: 2
Direction: 213° SSW
4.1    IND 7 mi Hi-V
Call Sign: KTVJ-LD
RF Channel: 4
Direction: 213° SSW
22.1    PBS 23 mi UHF
Call Sign: KRCB-DT1
RF Channel: 23
Direction: 352° 
22.2    CREATE 23 mi UHF
Call Sign: KRCB-DT2
RF Channel: 23
Direction: 352° 
22.3    NHKWORLD 23 mi UHF
Call Sign: KRCB-DT3
RF Channel: 23
Direction: 352° 
2.1    IND 45 mi Hi-V
Call Sign: KFTY-LD
RF Channel: 2
Direction: 352° 
3.1    THREEANGEL 7 mi Hi-V
Call Sign: K03HY-D1
RF Channel: 3
Direction: 213° SSW
3.6    DAYSTAR 7 mi Hi-V
Call Sign: K03HY-D6
RF Channel: 3
Direction: 213° SSW
3.9    WALKTV 7 mi Hi-V
Call Sign: K03HY-D9
RF Channel: 3
Direction: 213° SSW
3.10    ALMAVIS 7 mi Hi-V
Call Sign: K03HY-D10
RF Channel: 3
Direction: 213° SSW
68.1    TLN-C 10 mi UHF
Call Sign: KTLN-DT1
RF Channel: 47
Direction: 336° NNW
68.2    IND 10 mi UHF
Call Sign: KTLN-DT2
RF Channel: 47
Direction: 336° NNW
68.3    SONLIFE 10 mi UHF
Call Sign: KTLN-DT3
RF Channel: 47
Direction: 336° NNW
68.4    COOLTV 10 mi UHF
Call Sign: KTLN-DT4
RF Channel: 47
Direction: 336° NNW
7.1   ABC 18 mi Hi-V
Call Sign: KGO-DT1
RF Channel: 7
Direction: 169° S
7.2    LIVEWELL 18 mi Hi-V
Call Sign: KGO-DT2
RF Channel: 7
Direction: 169° S
7.3    LAFF 18 mi Hi-V
Call Sign: KGO-DT3
RF Channel: 7
Direction: 169° S
13.1    CBS 57 mi UHF
Call Sign: KOVR-DT1
RF Channel: 25
Direction: 74° ENE
 
 
13.2    DECADES 57 mi UHF
Call Sign: KOVR-DT2
RF Channel: 25
Direction: 74° ENE
6.1    PBS 57 mi Hi-V
Call Sign: KVIE-DT1
RF Channel: 9
Direction: 72° ENE
6.2   PBSHD 57 mi Hi-V
Call Sign: KVIE-DT2
RF Channel: 9
Direction: 72° ENE
6.3    WORLD 57 mi Hi-V
Call Sign: KVIE-DT3
RF Channel: 9
Direction: 72° ENE
6.4    V-ME 57 mi Hi-V
Call Sign: KVIE-DT4
RF Channel: 9
Direction: 72° ENE
10.1    ABC 57 mi Hi-V
Call Sign: KXTV-DT1
RF Channel: 10
Direction: 74° ENE
10.2    JUSTNET 57 mi Hi-V
Call Sign: KXTV-DT2
RF Channel: 10
Direction: 74° ENE
10.3    H&I 57 mi Hi-V
Call Sign: KXTV-DT3
RF Channel: 10
Direction: 74° ENE
31.1    CW 58 mi UHF
Call Sign: KMAX-DT1
RF Channel: 21
Direction: 72° ENE
3.1   NBC 58 mi UHF
Call Sign: KCRA-DT1
RF Channel: 35
Direction: 72° ENE
3.2    METV 58 mi UHF
Call Sign: KCRA-DT2
RF Channel: 35
Direction: 72° ENE
11.1   NBC 23 mi Hi-V
Call Sign: KNTV-DT1
RF Channel: 12
Direction: 169° S
11.2    COZITV 23 mi Hi-V
Call Sign: KNTV-DT2
RF Channel: 12
Direction: 169° S
48.3    TELEMUND 23 mi Hi-V
Call Sign: KNTV-DT3
RF Channel: 49
Direction: 169° S
58.1    MYNET 58 mi UHF
Call Sign: KQCA-DT1
RF Channel: 46
Direction: 72° ENE
58.2    MOVIES! 58 mi UHF
Call Sign: KQCA-DT2
RF Channel: 46
Direction: 72° ENE
58.3    ESTREL 58 mi UHF
Call Sign: KQCA-DT3
RF Channel: 46
Direction: 72° ENE
42.1    ESTRTV 33 mi UHF
Call Sign: KTNC-DT1
RF Channel: 14
Direction: 106° ESE
42.2    ESTRTV 33 mi UHF
Call Sign: KTNC-DT2
RF Channel: 14
Direction: 106° ESE
42.3    THEWORKS 33 mi UHF
Call Sign: KTNC-DT3
RF Channel: 14
Direction: 106° ESE
50.1    AZTECA 45 mi UHF
Call Sign: KEMO-DT1
RF Channel: 32
Direction: 352° 

Channels you wont get

  40.1    FOX 57 mi UHF
Call Sign: KTXL-DT1
RF Channel: 40
Direction: 72° ENE
9.1   PBS 18 mi UHF
Call Sign: KQED-DT1
RF Channel: 30
Direction: 169° S
9.2   PBS 18 mi UHF
Call Sign: KQED-DT2
RF Channel: 30
Direction: 169° S
Indoor "set-top" antenna is probably sufficient to pick up these channels
Attic-mounted antenna is probably needed to pick up channels at this level and above
Roof-mounted antenna is probably needed to pick up channels at this level and above

Up to 26 channels from 10 over-the-air stations may be received at this location,
but just 4 miles east its different so go to the website and move marker to your address.

KRCB-DT 22.1 PBS
RF Channel: 23
23 miles at 337°
Yellow
KTVJ-LD 4.1 IND
RF Channel: 4
7 miles at 198°
Yellow
KQRM-LP IND
RF Channel: 2
7 miles at 198°
Green
KFTY-LD 2.1 IND
RF Channel: 2
46 miles at 338°
Red
K03HY-D 3.1 IND
RF Channel: 3
7 miles at 198°
Red
KTLN-DT 68.1 IND
RF Channel: 47
10 miles at 322°
Blue
KGO-DT 7.1 ABC
RF Channel: 7
18 miles at 155°
Blue
KXTV-DT 10.1 ABC
RF Channel: 10
57 miles at 60°
Violet
KVIE-DT 6.1 PBS
RF Channel: 9
58 miles at 57°
Violet
KTNC-DT 42.1 EST
RF Channel: 14
34 miles at 91°
Violet
KOVR-DT 13.1 CBS
RF Channel: 25
57 miles at 60°
Violet


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