Hi all, I hope everyone's day is going well and that this is a good place to post this question. I am trying to get digital antenna signals to my TV. Here is the TVFool map for my location: TV Fool Here is my antenna and it is mounted 5 ft above the roof (~15 ft total height above the ground): CM-4228HD EXTREMEtenna 80 | Channel Master I purchased this amplifier but it has not helped unfortunately: 2 Port TV Amplifier-Distribution Amplifier-Channel Master CM 3412 (CM3412) I have also tried replacing the coax cable with a more insulated option, but no help there either. I do have many trees and 1-2 story buildings in my area, and my house is basically a big tin box (home has tin siding and roof), so maybe that's causing issues? If I am reading the map correctly, I should be getting 3 digital channels very strongly and 1 that is very weak, but instead I am getting an entirely different set of signals. I am currently receiving channel 49 (CBS) clearly while channels 42 (NBC) and 24 (ABC) are off and on. However, according to the TVFool map, there are copies of these stations even closer to my house, on channels 19, 13, and 28? When I do a 'channel scan' on my TV, these channels only show up as their digital codes (5.1, 11.1, 13.1) so I am unable to tell which 'real' station they are coming from and my remote does not allow manually typing the channels in so I can't test it that way. As you can tell I am pretty lost here. I have found devices that you can hook into your antenna to determine the signal strength of each channel but they are quite expensive ($200+) so I would prefer to avoid that route if possible. Thank you to anyone who can provide any information!