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Discussion in 'Over the Air TV By RabbitEars.Info' started by N5XZS, May 6, 2018.
So we can calculate how little bandwidth is left?
Aren't they testing on unused freqs?
Yes, of course.
Add the DTV stations to the Next Gen stations and subtract that from 35 to see how many channels are left. In the LaLa Land market, that's not very many.
Speaking of LaLa Land, I'm still puzzled how KUHD out of Camarillo can be moving to channel 44.
That's unusual for the station move to rf CH. 44
Must be paperwork crossover I think?
The station had an STA for 30 and has a (very old) pending license to cover for 44. Even after the pending license went on file, I'd still received a report that it was on 30, several years ago.
I suspect the station hasn't operated in a very long time. I don't have any better information to update it with at this time.
Any thing new lately?. It's been awhile since posted any new ATSC 3.0 station. Trying to keep my thread alive here!
Have yet to see Any local stations in Albuquerque's TV market filed to the FCC.
Sent from my iPhone using SatelliteGuys App. For now.
Outside of Phoenix and the markets that simply must be first (or those that question whether ATSC 3.0 is the answer to everyone's coverage problems), what would be the point? If we can't get our hands on an affordable tuner, I see no reason to make any bold moves.
Let Sinclair spend the money to figure out what works and what doesn't.