clearance of 700mhz band

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Tim Bucknall
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clearance of 700mhz band

Post by Tim Bucknall » 07 Mar 2016 09:16

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Re: clearance of 700mhz band

Post by Andrew Webster,Wigan » 07 Mar 2016 16:07

Oh that! well when it does happen Winter Hill muxes will have to migrate down the band as CH 49-60 will be going so it means for a lot of people changing aerials.
We will be ok here but a different story for those at the bottom of the hills here.

Anyway not to worry for another 6 years 2022 and I suspect that's when DVB-T will be superseded by DVB-T2 which is already on air CH 31/37 from Winter Hill and my group C/D aerial works fine but a wet piece of string would do :lol:

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