I did a test where I was using a coaxial cable as an antenna. Both WUTV (1.0) and WNYO (3.0) were coming in when I had the cable stationary. I then started to move the cable up and down, simulating movement. Almost immediately, the 1.0 station started pixelating but 3.0 held strong. It was until I really started moving it up and down with heavy force that the picture started malfunctioning. Interestingly, when the 3.0 signal was below the SNR, the video became a gray outline of the video for a few seconds and then it would freeze. It reminds me so much of a weak NTSC analog station. A color NTSC broadcast would “turn” black and white when it was weak. The 3.0 wasn’t pixelating in the conventional sense that we know of with 1.0. I don’t know if this was just the way the HDHomerun decodes the signal or if this is how all 3.0 receivers handle it. Regardless, I thought my findings were interesting. Also, when the picture dropped the 3.0 signal’s audio didn’t sound like a dying robot. It would just stutter.Does anybody see a difference in signal reception between ATSC 1.0 vs 3.0?
Are you getting higher/better signal levels on your TV/receiver with the 3.0 signal?
Supposedly, 3.0 is less prone to interference/easier to receive.