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Discussion in 'Local Reception' started by robmadden1, Feb 5, 2009.
Not very accurate.
I put in my address and not only did it not list a single Atlanta station but the only station it did list was out Columbus, GA (which I don't receive)
Yeah, decisionmark's DB is also missing our Fox station. It had been a wimpy early test transmitter (that I was actually able to get anyway) and is now a full power digital.
Ah well, mistakes happen.
it had most of mine except for one. 46.1 CW network was the only one missing.
I believe it when it talks about building on AntennaWeb, because it's too conservative. It tells me I should get:
The following digital stations are available at your location.
62.1 KAKW-DT UNI
First of all, there is no 14.2 any more and hasn't been for a few years. Second of all, with a good outdoor antenna solution I also get 7.1, 18.1, 18.2, 24.1, 24.2, 36.1, 42.1, 42.2, 54.1 and 62.2 with a very strong, consistent signal. And there is no 2.1 yet; KCWX isn't going digital until KENS in San Antonio gives up its signal on analog channel 5.
It does seem to be based on very old data. I think KTLA-DT5.5 has been off for a long time.
That data is VERY dated and inaccurate... I think the data for 4 stations in my area was wrong. One doesn't exist, one has the incorrect channel number, and other info that is wrong.