Re: Comment


Sep 22, 2008

 


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#30 Sep 22, 2008

I'd like to write something about one of the Group's Links.

AntennaWeb really seems quite useful. I put in a street address, and

got a list of stations. I wasn't impressed. Too many stations. Then I

used the site's map to move my location a few yards to where the

reciever actually is. The list I got was then right on, The site really

discriminates points within a few feet of each other. Where my reciever

is is somewhat lower than street height, and the site's computer

understood that. Now, I'm impressed.



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#32 Sep 22, 2008

Did you try the link for the TV Fool web site?. That one seems to be designed much more for the technically minded.

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Rob

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--- On Mon, 9/22/08, James h Taylor jhtaylor2001@...> wrote:



From: James h Taylor jhtaylor2001@...>

Subject: [TV_Antennas] Comment

To: TV_Antennas@yahoogroups.com

Date: Monday, September 22, 2008, 7:53 AM













I'd like to write something about one of the Group's Links.

AntennaWeb really seems quite useful. I put in a street address, and

got a list of stations. I wasn't impressed. Too many stations. Then I

used the site's map to move my location a few yards to where the

reciever actually is. The list I got was then right on, The site really

discriminates points within a few feet of each other. Where my reciever

is is somewhat lower than street height, and the site's computer

understood that. Now, I'm impressed.





































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#33 Sep 22, 2008

--- In TV_Antennas@yahoogroups.com, Robert Williams will7370@...>

wrote: >

> Did you try the link for the TV Fool web site?. That one seems to be

designed much more for the technically minded. > .

> Rob

> .

I tried it a couple of months ago. I will try again. My first attempt

brought up a very large number of stations I might recieve, but many, I

think, were just bare possibilities, not probabilities.



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