Yes - I guess in 1964 I put my own BBC 2 UHF aerial up - I was surprised at the time how well it worked - maybe I shouldn't have been! Yes fairly happy with my knowledge but ALWAYS something new to learn!
I was going to go the "Bitter" route...but I like maple syrup. I thought about the "Thrifty" selection, but I do care about the tech stuff. I was going to select the "Awed" selection, as I'm a geek (according to my wife ), but I knew just how amazing this OTA stuff was before I got involved. So the only selection for me left at this point was the "Dangerously Knowledgeable" .
I don't think too many here will be selecting "Oblivious" as if they made it to this site, they most likely have a clue as to what OTA is.
OTA is very addicting, my initial interest was just to get a few HD channels at no monthly cost. That soon turned into an upgraded goal, namely, maximizing reception of deepest fringe channels, while learning as much possible about this great new ATSC technology.
"OTA deep fringe reception can be an enigma wrapped in a mystery surrounded by a conundrum"
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