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Re: new potential band threat



Dave,

Here is two pages to visit to help you with the information you seek:

Cable TV Freq's:  http://w6yx.stanford.edu/~stevem/atv/refinfo/catvch.html

Broadcast TV Freq's:  http://w6yx.stanford.edu/~stevem/atv/refinfo/bctvch.html

I hope this help you out.

Other references can be found at:
http://Jones-Clan.com/amateur_radio/Klamath_Amateur_Television.htm

73
Walt
KC7HEX
Advisor to Klamath County School ARC ~ KC7VWW


Dave D'Epagnier wrote:

 > What frequency range is channel 60-69?
 >
 > --Dave
 >
 >         ----------
 >         From:  ke6qis@juno.com [SMTP:ke6qis@juno.com]
 >         Sent:  Monday, March 13, 2000 5:59 PM
 >         To:  amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org
 >         Subject:  [amsat-bb] new potential band threat
 >
 >         <snip>
 >         The FCC is expected to auction frequencies this spring that are
 >         particularly good for delivering wireless internet service to home
 > and
 >         handheld computers. These currently belong to analog TV broadcasters
 >         using channels 60 to 69. Those broadcasters will eventually shift to
 >         digital and have to give up those analog channels, but that could
 > take
 >         years.
 >
 >
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