Good to very good radio conditions at the moment. I just picked the following
out of the air in the attic:
tune to: 674000000:INVERSION_AUTO:BANDWIDTH_8_MHZ:FEC_AUTO:FEC_AUTO:QAM_AUTO:TRANSMISSION_MODE_8K:GUARD_INTERVAL_AUTO:HIERARCHY_NONE
Network Name 'WDR D'
0x0000 0x0064: pmt_pid 0x1330 ARD -- MDR S-Anhalt (running)
0x0000 0x0081: pmt_pid 0x1320 ARD -- NDR FS NDS * (running)
0x0000 0x00e2: pmt_pid 0x1340 ARD -- SWR Fernsehen RP (running)
0x0000 0x0104: pmt_pid 0x1310 ARD -- WDR Düsseldorf (running)
0x0000 0x0109: pmt_pid 0x1350 ARD -- WDR Wuppertal * (running)
0x0000 0x010b: pmt_pid 0x1360 ARD -- WDR Duisburg (running)
Totally unviewable due to all the errors, but the service list is correct.
This should be the transmitter in Wesel, Germany at 113 Kilometer distance.
Later on I realized how special this was: several hours later there wasn't
even a hint of signal on 674 MHz. This was probably due to tropopsheric
ducting, I saw an active area forecasted on William Hepburn's tropospheric ducting forecasts
from roughly the
center of the Netherlands going to the east.
I also saw Dutch Mobile-TV at 522 MHz (Utrecht), 530 MHz (several locations,
weak signal), 570 MHz (several locations), 658 MHz (Lelystad).