Okey. I had no idea what I was getting myself into. There is no way I can mount a DBGH here. It's fricken huge!!!For an antenna, I was planning on building a DBGH. Not sure which one yet.
Am I right to assume it would work well for me to get the US stations? What about the local stations? Will I need to combine a second antenna?
Would the new DBGH with Narods help me get WVNY-HD? From what I read here it doesn't seems easy to receive being on the VHF-HI band.
TVFool just recently updated their data source for Canadian stations to use the Industry Canada broadcasting database instead of the American FCC database. Overall, the data is UCH better than it was before (except for Montreal).Seems I'm lucky enough to be east of the Mt-Royal's shadow to get the US feeds. But I don't quite understand the local results. According to them, all I can get is V (aka TQS) 42.1 but I know for a fact I can get CIVM-HD (TeleQuebec). And where are SRC & CBC? Is it just me or is their info wrong/outdated?
And what the !?!! is HDTV (ch15) about?
I was going to argue, but I just realised the link I posted is still using the database from the date it was created (10/24). I just re-did my TVfool query and they're all there. And they got CIVM at the olympic stadium, which is correct. Previously it was listed as being on Mt-Royal, and only in the "pending app." results. Still no sign of Global though... not even in the pending.I just checked TVfool this morning, and the errors have been corrected.
Not locally. SRC will be on 9 from Mont Orford, and presumably TVA will be on 7 from there as well. Global is assigned 11 from Mont Orford, but the chances of it being implemented are low. There will also be SRC on 13 and TVA on 8 from Trois Rivieres.Is it worth to get a VHF antenna for Montreal. I know that for now I could get 10 and 12 (maybe 13 ABC) but in future is there any station that will be on Hi-VHF?