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It's very unlikely that they are getting a reliable signal. They may be getting something every so often, maybe one or two channels, but I don't believe
Oh and my zip is 76310 if that helps any
I recently built an 8 bay coat hanger antenna mounted it on a light pole 20ft. I'm fairly impressed with it. I am able to pick up all locals (10-35) miles
A word of caution to you, go ahead and try and combine the two signals. You may find that you lose some of the weaker signals. This is due
Yes that would work.
At 60 miles it's hard to predict but I'd say there's a chance you'll get your CBS, PBS and Fox from Richmond. No guarantees
In theory, the only safe computing device (like a smartphone) is one that is unplugged,...
What he said.
I'd like to examine this topic from a couple angles, starting with the underlying networking...
Wait, wait, wait...
This sounds like phone company whining, "I'm the victim here."
Is it safe to have Bluetooth turned on all the time, can people "see" and hack into your phone if...
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