In Reply to: How do you..... posted by Awe-d-o-file on December 27, 2016 at 18:51:14:
Also with the over the air, it's digital, so you will either receive it, or not. It's not like the old days where you might get it in but with some snow, then try to adjust.
Your main channel may have addition channels too. As an example. our PBS station comes in on 9, but you hit the channel up button and it will go to 9.1, 9.2, and so on until no more stations. We have the regular 9, one may be 24 hours PBS kids, one may be news, or just more PBS type programming. One of our other stations has a .1 which is all old TV programs, which is great. So even if you get 4 to 6 OTA stations you could really have a couple dozen. The HD signal is usually very good. Another local has their own 24 hour weather on a .n channel.
If it helps, from what I understand all these digital stations are in the UHF band.
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