NoCable TV Antenna Channels

Over-the-Air DTV Channel Report for:

Austin, TX 78743  

View Map       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.

StationNetworkChannelDirectionSignalStreaming
 KCWX
+ 1 subchannel
INDEPENDENT
FREDERICKSBURG
2 NW
(5 m)
VHF-Lo
 KTBC
+ 3 subchannels
FOX
AUSTIN
7 NW
(4 m)
VHF-Hi
 KBVO
+ 1 subchannel
MyNetworkTV
LLANO
14 NW
(57 m)
UHF
 KNIC-DT INDEPENDENT
BLANCO
17 SW
(61 m)
UHF
 KLRU
+ 3 subchannels
PBS
AUSTIN
18 NW
(5 m)
UHF
 KVUE
+ 3 subchannels
ABC
AUSTIN
24 NW
(5 m)
UHF
 KXAN
+ 2 subchannels
NBC
AUSTIN
36 NW
(5 m)
UHF
 KEYE
+ 1 subchannel
CBS
AUSTIN
42 NW
(5 m)
UHF
 KNCT
+ 2 subchannels
CW
BELTON
46 N
(50 m)
UHF
 KNVA
+ 3 subchannels
CW
AUSTIN
54 NW
(5 m)
UHF
 KAKW-DT INDEPENDENT
KILLEEN
62 NNW
(35 m)
VHF-Hi

TV Antenna Comparison Guide

Different TV antennas for different situations

 Indoor Amplified

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These indoor antennas are amplified with power to help boost signal strength. They work best when trying to capture channels that are being broadcast within approximately 50 miles of your home.

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 Outdoor Amplified

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

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