Channel 70

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Channel 70 has been removed from television use in 1983, but was formerly used by television stations in North America which broadcast on 806-812 MHz. In the United States, channels 70-83 served primarily as a "translator band" containing repeater transmitters to fill gaps in coverage for existing stations. Many are now defunct, the rest were to have been moved to lower frequencies:

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.fcc.gov/Bureaus/Mass_Media/Public_Notices/Brdcst_Actions/ac990714.txt
  2. ^ NTIA: Digital TV Transition - LPTV - Minnesota
  3. ^ http://www.fcc.gov/fcc-bin/tvq?call=K7 indicates K70DR to move to digital UHF 16
  4. ^ Gunnison County Metropolitan Recreation District KUSA repeater K70FL now moved to UHF 23
  5. ^ NTIA: Digital TV Transition - LPTV - Colorado
  6. ^ (obsolete) Stations above channel 69.
  7. ^ Doug Quick On Line.