NoCable TV Antenna Channels

Over-the-Air DTV Channel Report for:

Iowa City, IA 52243  

Likely  50/50  Challenging  Don't even try    

 WARNING: These results are only an estimate and every home is unique in terms of its terrain, obstacles, and installation details which will impact reception.

StationNetworkChannelDirectionSignal
 KGAN
     + 2 subchannels
CBSCEDAR RAPIDS, IA 2 NNW(48 miles) 560 Mhz
UHF
 WHBF
     + 3 subchannels
CBSROCK ISLAND, IL 4 E(50 miles) 66 Mhz
VHF-Lo
 KWWL
     + 2 subchannels
NBCWATERLOO, IA 7 NNW(54 miles) 174 Mhz
VHF-Hi
 KCRG
     + 2 subchannels
ABCCEDAR RAPIDS, IA 9 NNW(48 miles) 186 Mhz
VHF-Hi
 KIIN PBSIOWA CITY, IA 12 ENE(11 miles) 204 Mhz
VHF-Hi
 KYOU
     + 3 subchannels
FOXOTTUMWA, IA 15 SW(39 miles) 476 Mhz
UHF
 KGCW
     + 3 subchannels
CWBURLINGTON, IA 26 SE(52 miles) 512 Mhz
UHF
 KFXA
     + 2 subchannels
FOXCEDAR RAPIDS, IA 28 NW(41 miles) 548 Mhz
UHF
 KRIN PBSWATERLOO, IA 32 NNW(48 miles) 596 Mhz
UHF
 KPXR INDEPENDENTCEDAR RAPIDS, IA 48 NNW(47 miles) 518 Mhz
UHF

TV Antenna Comparison Guide

Different TV antennas for different situations

 Indoor

View the NoCable 30

These indoor antennas are smaller, cheaper and typically not amplified. They however do not work very well when channels are being broadcast further than 20-30 miles away from your home.

Our NoCable 30 is ranked #1 at TheAntennaReview.com

 Indoor Amp'd

View the NoCable 50

These indoor antennas very similar to the indoor ones, but are usually amplified (boosted) with power. They work best when trying to capture channels that are being broadcast within 30-50 miles of your home.

Our NoCable 50 is ranked #1 at TheAntennaReview.com

 Outdoor Amp'd

View the NoCable 70

These outdoor antennas have better range (30-70+ miles) and are typically mounted on a roof or inside an attic. These powerful antennas work best if when you need one antenna to power your whole home.

Our NoCable 70 is ranked #2 at TheAntennaReview.com

 Outdoor Rotational

View the NoCable 150

These outdoor antennas are typically mounted very high on a roof or on a pole and rotate with a remote controller. These powerful antennas work best if when you have TV signals coming from completely different directions.