I think I know the answer but before I act i thought I'd better get confirmation. Do Oklahoma City stations now broadcast their didgital signals exclusively in VHF? I have a nice attic-mounted UHF antenna and an LNA (I am in the country, many miles from the broadcast towers) that has worked fine for a coupe of years, with the exception of Channel 5, which broadcast it's Digital sig in VHF. Now, after the transition, and a rescan, I still get channel 4 dig, but it is shown as 4.1, and I have no idea if that is UHF or VHF, but I do not get Chan 5. 9. or 13 at all. I presume that I must replace the UHF antenna with VHF? Any help appreciated.
man I can tell I am getting old: stuff like this drives me nuts, I just want to get it working once and then forget about it... Hopefully crap won't be changing around much in future, or liable to be the next guy to put a bullet in his TV
Added; Based on Antenna Fool it does indeed look like 5, 9, and 13 are all currently VHF. I will dig deeper to see what they will be in June, which is what, post-post FINAL transition? heh
Edited by Waimea, 01 March 2009 - 08:52 PM.
New Info based on TV Fool