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 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.

StationNetworkChannelDirectionSignalStreaming
 KCWX
+ 1 subchannel
INDEPENDENT
FREDERICKSBURG
2N
(52 m)
VHF-Lo
 WOAI
+ 2 subchannels
NBC
SAN ANTONIO
4WSW
(46 m)
UHF
 KENS
+ 3 subchannels
CBS
SAN ANTONIO
5WSW
(46 m)
UHF
 KTBC
+ 3 subchannels
FOX
AUSTIN
7N
(51 m)
VHF-Hi
 KLRN
+ 3 subchannels
PBS
SAN ANTONIO
9WSW
(49 m)
VHF-Hi
 KSAT
+ 2 subchannels
ABC
SAN ANTONIO
12WSW
(46 m)
VHF-Hi
 K25OB-DINDEPENDENT
SAN ANTONIO
14WSW
(46 m)
UHF
 KNIC-DTINDEPENDENT
BLANCO
17W
(56 m)
UHF
 KLRU
+ 3 subchannels
PBS
AUSTIN
18N
(52 m)
UHF
 KVCT
+ 3 subchannels
FOX
VICTORIA
19SSE
(59 m)
VHF-Hi
 KHCE
+ 4 subchannels
TRINITY
SAN ANTONIO
23WSW
(45 m)
UHF
 KVUE
+ 3 subchannels
ABC
AUSTIN
24N
(52 m)
UHF
 KAVU
+ 4 subchannels
ABC
VICTORIA
25SSE
(59 m)
UHF
 KABB
+ 2 subchannels
FOX
SAN ANTONIO
29WSW
(46 m)
UHF
 KXAN
+ 2 subchannels
NBC
AUSTIN
36N
(52 m)
UHF
 KWEX-DTINDEPENDENT
SAN ANTONIO
41WSW
(45 m)
UHF
 KEYE
+ 1 subchannel
CBS
AUSTIN
42N
(52 m)
UHF
 KNVA
+ 3 subchannels
CW
AUSTIN
54N
(52 m)
UHF
 KVDA
+ 2 subchannels
INDEPENDENT
SAN ANTONIO
60WSW
(45 m)
UHF

TV Antenna Comparison Guide

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