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Re: [TowerTalk] HD Over-the-air TV

To: "A.J. Farmer (AJ3U)" <>
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] HD Over-the-air TV
From: "John,K0QH" <>
Date: Tue, 07 Mar 2006 13:37:24 -0600
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Looks like a data base fishing expedition to me. Why do they need my 
name, e-mail, phone#, etc. No thanks.

A.J. Farmer (AJ3U) wrote:
> On 3/7/06, Lee Buller <> wrote:
>>  I know that this might be a little off topic, but I find the whole idea of 
>> terrestial high >definition digital television facinating from the idea of 
>> signal to noise, propagation, and >multipathing.  Has anyone out there have 
>> any experience with HD Terrestial TV?
> Yes, I'm picking up the stations out of Washington DC here at my
> house.  I'm about 60 miles away.  I'm using a UHF directional TV
> antenna with a mast mounted pre-amp.  Since it is digital, the
> reception is crystal clear.  The nice thing about the over the air HD
> channels is that each broadcaster is broadcasting two channels.  One
> is the standard programming (NBC, CBS, FOX, whatever) and the second
> channel most of them have dedicated to local weather.  The ABC station
> here leaves their second channel on their local doppler radar sweep
> 24/7.  Whenever I heard the rumble of thunder, I switch to that
> channel and can see the location and movement of the storms in
> realtime.
> This is a great website for finding what HD stations are in your area:


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