No, I guess I should have said "projected based on Longley-Rice" which is usually pretty close. If I had reception data available, I did use it."Actual?" Somebody actually drives around and checks signal strength?
Thanks.No, I guess I should have said "projected based on Longley-Rice" which is usually pretty close. If I had reception data available, I did use it.
I also didn't break things along county lines like Nielsen does; it's based on census designated places. Each location is assigned to one market but that means if the eastern end of the county gets one market and the western end gets another, that's reflected, instead of lumping the whole thing into one market.
Speaking of reception data, RabbitEars is setting up this cool new thing with lets them (and you) monitor signals from various locations live.
Here is what I am currently receiving over the air at my house.
Maybe in the future we can get some other SatelliteGuys members to help monitor the airwaves like this so we can collect more data.
Hey:Tripinva, you might want to consider updating http://www.rabbitears.info/market.php?request=tvgos to reflect that TVGOS is no more. Sadly, my Sony OTA box and I both miss it.
No idea. But there's nothing wrong with more than one person in an area doing it, since different locations have different reception conditions and antenna aims.Interesting. What is involved? But since I see someone in my area is already doing it, I suppose the question is moot. Gee, I wonder who that is?
The auto-scanner uses the SiliconDust HDHomeRun as its tuner. Software, installed on a computer near the HDHomeRun, continually scans for signals, then uploads the results to RabbitEars.What are these signals being measured with? None of my tvs have a signal strentgh indicator.