Thank you for the postal code. Here is your report from TVFool:R3T 3N8
I'm assuming you're speaking of TVFool? I've read that and it's 58 miles from here. My antenna is up to 60 miles. I know it would never get that far but I figure if I maybe purchase a booster or something it may help.
TVFool has been our favorite, but their database for generating reports now has many errors and they haven't even renewed the certificate for their site. We are now also using rabbitears.info for reports:
Don't take the antenna mileage figures too seriously, they are just a marketing tool. What counts is the strength of the signal that arrives at the antenna.My antenna is up to 60 miles. I know it would never get that far but I figure if I maybe purchase a booster or something it may help.
Your antenna is primarily for UHF signals, real RF channels 14-51, but it does have a simple dipole for VHF-High channels 7-13. It might not have enough gain for KNRR on real channel 12. You might need something like the Stellar Labs 30-2475 for KNRR:
Your location is a little better than the example location above. I think I see your building, but I'm concerned about your location in the building. If your balcony faces SW, your chances are good; if it faces NE, reception of KNRR will be difficult.