HD HomeRun Channel Scans


My home is located at an elevation of 315 feet above sea level near the geological center of San Francisco, California, 3/4 mile east of Sutro Tower.  I have four antennas mounted at various heights from 20 to 40 feet above ground level that are connected to HD Home Run receivers.  You can view signal reports from these receivers using the links below.

To see photos of the antennas, visit my antenna page.

Channel charts and maps showing the stations received by my receivers are available at the Rabbit Ears website.  The scans are sent to the Rabbit Ears site: http://www.rabbitears.info/ and are displayed on charts, linked below, and on maps on the "Live Bandscan" pages.

Note: The charts are updated frequently with the time of the latest report shown at the top of each chart.


Channel 0:
Ability LP345 Log Periodic at 350 degrees

Channel 0 chart


Channel 1:
Antennas Direct SR-15 at 200 degrees

Channel 1 chart


Channel 2:
UHF Antennas Direct 91XG at 190 degrees

Channel 2 chart


Channel 3:
Winegard HD8200U
The HD8200U is on a rotor, so it can be pointed in any direction.
It is normally pointed at 190 degrees or 350 degrees for best
coverage of Bay Area stations.

Channel 3 chart


Maps on the Rabbit Ears Website:

Reception maps showing the signal paths of all of the participating receivers across the country, including my four antenna scans, can be found at http://www.rabbitears.info/all_tuners

Station Lists:

For a list of all stations within 100 miles of San Francisco showing full details on transmitter, virtual and repack channels, call letters, programming, city of license, transmitter location, power, antenna height and more, check out my DTV Channel Lists.

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