Here are the channels I get. (I've cross-referenced the chart of channels available to the Toronto area at http://www.remotecentral.com/hdtv/ ).gg22 said:Are you getting 22 channels including Rochester or just Toronto-Buffalo?
Hi eyeQ, those are good results from Bowmanville. I get all the same channels in Ajax, except I get WKBW & WUTV fairly reliably.eyeQ said:B) These are freaky: the following I caught when my antenna WAS LYING DOWN ON THE ROOF (!), but now that it's vertical, I don't get them anymore (CAN ANYONE PLZ EXPLAIN?):
You were getting tropospheric skip or ducting due to the hot summer atmospheric conditions, so you'll likely get them again once the hot summer weather comes back.otaHD ID said:I used to get the Rochester HD channels last summer, but none since the cold temperatures started. I suspect that the Rochester channels have reduced their power output.
Mature (and tall! ... maybe 40 to 60 feet, mostly) deciduous and coniferous trees pretty well cover my 1 acre on the river. There's a ridge to the East (about 200 yds away, about 100 feet high). All the neighbours have extensive tall tree coverage. The fifty foot wide river to the west-by-north-west has tall trees along the other side.stampeder said:What is the terrain and tree cover like at your location?
Just did a scan here in Whitby and am getting the same as you but additionally 8-1 WROC and 26.1 WNYB for a total of 28. My best so far was a few weeks ago when I was getting 30 channels with the addtion of 3-1 WSTM, 3-2 WSTQ, 3-3 WEAT, and 3.4 Tube but losing 9.1 CTV and 25-1 CBC-French. Too bad it doesn't lastThis is incredible! I now get TWENTY-SIX digital channels!