Television channel frequencies

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The following tables show the frequencies assigned to broadcast television channels in various regions of the world, along with the ITU letter designator for the system used. The frequencies shown are for the analogue video and audio carriers. The channel itself occupies several megahertz of bandwidth. For example, North American channel 2 occupies the spectrum from 54 to 60 MHz. See Broadcast television systems for a table of signal characteristics, including bandwidth, by ITU letter designator.

A plan showing frequency ranges for each television channel used on VHF.

VHF[edit]

Americas (most countries), South Korea, Taiwan and the Philippines[edit]

Channel 1 was finally withdrawn on June 14, 1948, and allocated to fixed and mobile services. In some countries using the standard, channels 5 and 6 are allocated to non-broadcast services. An international agreement provides for a unified television bandplan, with 6-MHz channels throughout ITU Region II for both VHF and UHF bands, except for French territories, Falkland Islands, and Greenland. Not all territories observe this bandplan.[citation needed]

During World War II the frequencies originally assigned as channels 13 to 18 were appropriated by the military, which still uses them. It was also decided to move the allocation for FM radio from the 42-50 MHz band to a larger 88-106 MHz band (later extended to the current 88-108 MHz FM band). This required a reassignment of the VHF channels to the plan currently in use. [1]

Assignments since February 25, 1946[edit]

Notes:

VHF low-band (band I)
Channel Lower edge ATSC pilot Video carrier Audio carrier Upper edge
1 44 - 45.25 49.75 50
2 54 54.31 55.25 59.75 60
3 60 60.31 61.25 65.75 66
4 66 66.31 67.25 71.75 72
5 76 76.31 77.25 81.75 82
6 82 82.31 83.25 87.75 88

Note: FM channel 200, 87.9 MHz, overlaps TV 6. This is used only by KSFH and K200AA. Channel 6A is only used in South Korea and the Philippines.
TV 6 analog audio can be heard on FM 87.75 on most broadcast radio receivers as well as on a European TV tuned to channel 4A or channel C, but at lower volume than wideband FM broadcast stations, because of the lower deviation. Channel 1 audio is the same as European Channel 2 audio and the video is the same as European Channel 2A. Channel 2 video is the same as European Channel 3 video.

VHF high-band (band III)
Channel Lower edge ATSC pilot Video carrier ISDB-Tb center Audio carrier Upper edge
7 174 174.31 175.25 177.142857 179.75 180
8 180 180.31 181.25 183.142857 185.75 186
9 186 186.31 187.25 189.142857 191.75 192
10 192 192.31 193.25 195.142857 197.75 198
11 198 198.31 199.25 201.142857 203.75 204
12 204 204.31 205.25 207.142857 209.75 210
13 210 210.31 211.25 213.142857 215.75 216

Japan[edit]

Note: Basically, the frequency spacing for each channel is 6 MHz as the countries above, except between channels 7 and 8 (which overlap).

VHF low-band
Channel Lower edge Video carrier Audio carrier Upper edge
1 90 91.25 95.75 96
2 96 97.25 101.75 102
3 102 103.25 107.75 108
VHF high-band
Channel Lower edge Video carrier Audio carrier Upper edge
4 170 171.25 175.75 176
5 176 177.25 181.75 182
6 182 183.25 187.75 188
7 188 189.25 193.75 194
8 192 193.25 197.75 198
9 198 199.25 203.75 204
10 204 205.25 209.75 210
11 210 211.25 215.75 216
12 216 217.25 221.75 222

United Kingdom and most British Territories[edit]

System A 405 lines (discontinued in 1985)
Channel Video carrier (MHz) Audio carrier (MHz)
1 45.00 41.50
2 51.75 48.25
3 56.75 53.25
4 61.75 58.25
5 66.75 63.25
6 179.75 176.25
7 184.75 181.25
8 189.75 186.25
9 194.75 191.25
10 199.75 196.25
11 204.75 201.25
12 209.75 206.25
13 214.75 211.25

Republic of Ireland[edit]

System I 625 lines
Channel Video carrier (MHz) Audio carrier (MHz)
A 45.75 51.75
B 53.75 59.75
C 61.75 67.75
D 175.25 181.25
E 183.25 189.25
F 191.25 197.25
G 199.25 205.25
H 207.25 213.25
I 215.25 221.25
J 223.25 229.25

Note: Channel A was never used terrestrially. The only System I Band I transmitter on Channel B was RTÉ One from the Maghera, Co. Clare transmitter during 1963-1999. Channel A was initially intended for use at Maghera but Channel B was used instead because of the risk of interference to (overspill) reception of BBC 405 line transmissions [2]. It was moved to Channel E due to interference from distant transmitters on channel 3 and channel itA via certain atmospheric conditions and other reasons. Channel C was used by a relay transmitter in Glanmire, Co. Cork. Channel B video is the same as Italian Channel A video and Channel C audio is the same as Channel 4 audio). There are currently no Band I Channels used in Ireland (except on cable TV, and these have mostly been phased out for DOCSIS use) and no plans to resume using them. Most Irish Cable TV systems do not follow the above channel plan as their analogue (video) carriers are usually at multiples of 8 MHz (i.e. 176, 184, 192 MHz etc. in Band III)

Western Europe, Greenland and most countries in Asia, Africa and Oceania[edit]

System B 625 lines
Channel Video carrier (MHz)[1][2] Audio carrier (MHz)
1 41.25 46.75
1A 42.25 47.75
2 48.25 53.75
2A 49.75 55.25
3 55.25 60.75
4 62.25 67.75
4A 82.25 87.75
5 175.25 180.75
6 182.25 187.75
7 189.25 194.75
8 196.25 201.75
9 203.25 208.75
10 210.25 215.75
11 217.25 222.75
12 224.25 229.75
  • NOTE: Channels 1 and 1A were used for early experimental broadcasts and are no longer allocated.[3]
  • NOTE: Channels 15 and 16 are allocated for use in the African Broadcasting Area only.[4]
  • Channel 2A was only ever used in Austria for the Sendeturm Jauerling to avoid interferences with neighboring Eastern European TV stations.
  • Channel 12 was reserved by the military in some countries (like Germany (West Germany only)) so only relay transmitters operated on this frequency.
  • Channel 4A audio carrier's frequency is very close to US Channel 6 audio carrier and overlaps the FM band in Europe

France[edit]

System E 819 lines (discontinued in 1986)
Channel Video carrier (MHz) Audio carrier (MHz)
1 46.00 42.00
2 52.40 41.25
3 56.15 67.30
4 65.55 54.40
5 164.00 175.15
6 173.40 162.25
7 177.15 188.30
8A 185.25 174.10
8 186.55 175.40
9 190.30 201.45
10 199.70 188.55
11 203.45 214.60
12 212.85 201.70
  • NOTE: Channel 1 used an earlier 441-line system and was discontinued in 1956.
System L 625 lines
Channel Video carrier (MHz) Audio carrier (MHz)
1 47.75 41.25
2 55.75 49.25
3 60.50 54.00
4 63.75 57.25
5 176.00 182.50
6 184.00 190.50
7 192.00 198.50
8 200.00 206.50
9 208.00 214.50
10 216.00 222.50

French overseas departments and territories and former French African colonies[edit]

System K 625 lines
Channel Video carrier (MHz) Audio carrier (MHz)
2 52.25 58.75
3 60.25 66.75
4 175.25 181.75
5 183.25 189.75
6 191.25 197.75
7 199.25 205.75
8 207.25 213.75
9 215.25 221.75
10 223.25 229.75

Italy[edit]

System B 625 lines (discontinued in 2012) [3]
Channel Video carrier (MHz) Audio carrier (MHz)
A 53.75 59.25
B 62.25 67.75
C 82.25 87.75
D 175.25 180.75
E 183.75 189.25
F 192.25 197.75
G 201.25 206.75
H 210.25 215.75
H1 217.25 222.75
H2 224.25 229.75

Channels A through H are indicated in many European TVs as Channels 13-20. Channels B through H2 are identical to Channel E4 and up. Channel A video carrier is the same as Channel E2 video carrier and thus it used to be common that the audio from a distant TV station on channel E2 received via Sporadic E interferes with Channel A video and vice versa.

Eastern Europe[edit]

Original OIR assignments
System D 625 lines
Channel Video carrier (MHz) Audio carrier (MHz)
I 41.75 48.25
II 49.75 56.25
III 59.25 65.75
IV 77.25 83.75
1 145.25 151.75
2 153.25 159.75
3 161.25 167.75
4 169.25 175.75
5 177.25 183.75
6 185.25 191.75
7 193.25 199.75
8 201.25 207.75
9 209.25 215.75
Assignments since 1965
System D 625 lines
Channel Video carrier (MHz) Audio carrier (MHz)
1 49.75 56.25
2 59.25 65.75
3 77.25 83.75
4 85.25 91.75
5 93.25 99.75
6 175.25 181.75
7 183.25 189.75
8 191.25 197.75
9 199.25 205.75
10 207.25 213.75
11 215.25 221.75
12 223.25 229.75

East Germany (once DDR)[edit]

In it is very early days DFF made some test transmissions using the D/K standard (6.5 MHz audio) before reverting (around 1957) to System B/G (5.5 MHz audio) but using some unique frequencies # .

Channel Channel Limits (MHz) Vision Carrier (MHz) Main Sound Carrier (MHz)
1 (Pre 1957) 41.00 - 49.00 41.75 48.25 Identical to old OIR Ch I
2 (Pre 1957) 58.50 - 66.50 59.25 65.75 Identical to old OIR Ch III (Overlaps western channels E3 and E4)
3 (Pre 1957) 99.15 - 107.15 99.90 106.40 Overlaps part of Western FM radio broadcast band
4 (Pre 1957) 144.50 - 152.50 145.25 151.75 Overlaps 2m Amateur radio band
1 (1957-1960) 58.00 - 65.00 59.25 64.75 Same video freq as pre 1957 Ch 2 (but 5.5 MHz sound) Overlaps western channels E3 and E4
2 (1957-1960) 144.00 - 151.00 145.25 150.75 Overlaps 2m Amateur radio band
3 (1957-1960) 154.00 - 161.00 155.25 160.75 Overlaps Marine VHF radio band
E5 174.00 - 181.00 175.25 180.75 Identical to western Channel E5
E6 181.00 - 188.00 182.25 187.75 Identical to western Channel E6
E8 195.00 - 202.00 196.25 201.75 Identical to western Channel E8
E11 216.00 - 223.00 217.25 222.75 Identical to western Channel E11

# From 1960 onwards (West) European standard channels were adopted.

Morocco[edit]

System B 625 lines
Channel Video carrier (MHz) Audio carrier (MHz)
4 163.25 168.75
5 171.25 176.75
6 179.25 184.75
7 187.25 192.75
8 195.25 200.75
9 203.25 208.75
10 211.25 216.75

Australia[edit]

System B 625 lines (7 MHz / channel)
Channel Video carrier (MHz) Audio carrier (MHz)
0* 46.25 51.75
1* 57.25 62.75
2* 64.25 69.75
3* 86.25 91.75
4* 95.25 100.75
5* 102.25 107.75
5A* 138.25 143.75
6 175.25 180.75
7 182.25 187.75
8 189.25 194.75
9 196.25 201.75
9A 203.25 208.75
10 210.25 215.75
11 217.25 222.75
12 224.25 229.75

Note

  • Channels 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 5A are no longer used since the transition to Digital television.
  • With the introduction of Digital TV in 2001, the last two channels were moved up by 1 MHz (some existing services affected - one example is AMV11 in the Upper Murray region of Victoria, Australia and VTV-11 in Western Victoria, due to the introduction of digital television at the time in regional Victoria) to allow a full 7 MHz for a new channel 9A and channel 12 was added following the new channel 11.

New Zealand[edit]

System B 625 lines (7 MHz / channel)
Channel Video carrier (MHz) Audio carrier (MHz)
1 45.25 50.75
2 55.25 60.75
3 62.25 67.75
4 175.25 180.75
5 182.25 187.75
6 189.25 194.75
7 196.25 201.75
8 203.25 208.75
9 210.25 215.75
10 217.25 222.75
11 224.25 229.75

VHF analog TV ceased in New Zealand on the 1st of December 2013.

  • NOTE: Channels 10 and 11 weren't added until the late 1980s.

Southern Africa[edit]

System I 625 lines
Channel Video carrier (MHz) Audio carrier (MHz)
1 43.25 49.25
2 52.25 58.25
3 60.25 66.25
4 175.25 181.25 Identical to Irish Channel D
5 183.25 189.25 Identical to Irish Channel E
6 191.25 197.25 Identical to Irish Channel F
7 199.25 205.25 Identical to Irish Channel G
8 207.25 213.25 Identical to Irish Channel H
9 215.25 221.25 Identical to Irish Channel I
10 223.25 229.25 Channels 10 to 13 are rarely used
11 231.25 237.25 Channels 10 to 13 are rarely used
12 239.25 245.25 Channels 10 to 13 are rarely used
13 247.25 253.25 Channels 10 to 13 are rarely used

China (PRC)[edit]

System D 625 lines
Channel Frequency range (MHz) Video carrier (MHz) Audio carrier (MHz) Center frequency (MHz)
Band I
1 48.5-56.5 49.75 56.25 52.5
2 56.5-64.5 57.75 64.25 60.5
3 64.5-72.5 65.75 72.25 68.5
4 76-84 77.25 83.75 80
5 84-92 85.25 91.75 88
Band III
6 167-175 168.25 174.25 171
7 175-183 176.25 182.75 179
8 183-191 184.25 190.75 187
9 191-199 192.25 198.75 195
10 199-207 200.25 206.75 203
11 207-215 208.25 214.75 211
12 215-223 216.25 222.75 219

UHF[edit]

Americas (most countries), South Korea, Taiwan and the Philippines[edit]

See North American broadcast television frequencies for frequencies used in North America.

Notes
  • The frequencies used by UHF channels 70 through 83 were reallocated to the Land Mobile Radio System (Public Safety and Trunked Radio) and mobile phones in a CCIR worldwide convention in 1982, and thus were never used for digital TV but are listed here for theoretical use.
  • In certain metropolitan areas of the United States, Channels 14 through 20 have been allocated to Land Mobile Radio (LMR) use. [4]
  • Channels 52 through 69 in the United States have been reallocated now that conversion to digital TV was completed on June 12, 2009. Channels 70 through 83 in the United States and Canada were re-allocated to AMPS cellular phone use in 1983.
  • On August 22, 2011, the United States' Federal Communications Commission announced a freeze on all future applications for broadcast stations requesting to use channel 51,[5] to prevent adjacent-channel interference to the A-Block of the 700 MHz band. Later that year (on December 16, 2011), Industry Canada and the CRTC followed suit in placing a moratorium on future television stations using Channel 51 for broadcast use, to prevent adjacent-channel interference to the A-Block of the 700 MHz band.[6]
  • Not all countries listed use ATSC, which has a single VSB carrier wave. Other countries use COFDM modulation for DVB-T (Taiwan, Colombia) or ISDB-Tb (Philippines and Latin America), which has dozens of carriers within the channel.
  • Channel 37 is reserved for radio astronomy in the United States, Canada, Bermuda and the Bahamas, thus there are no television stations assigned to it. Mexico also informally observes a ban on transmitters using this channel.


System M 525 lines (most countries in the Americas and Caribbean,
South Korea, Taiwan and the Philippines)
System N 625 lines (Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay)
Channel Lower edge ATSC pilot Video carrier ISDB-Tb center Audio carrier Upper edge
14 470 470.31 471.25 473.142857 475.75 476
15 476 476.31 477.25 479.142857 481.75 482
16 482 482.31 483.25 485.142857 487.75 488
17 488 488.31 489.25 491.142857 493.75 494
18 494 494.31 495.25 497.142857 499.75 500
500 MHz band
19 500 500.31 501.25 503.142857 505.75 506
20 506 506.31 507.25 509.142857 511.75 512
21 512 512.31 513.25 515.142857 517.75 518
22 518 518.31 519.25 521.142857 523.75 524
23 524 524.31 525.25 527.142857 529.75 530
24 530 530.31 531.25 533.142857 535.75 536
25 536 536.31 537.25 539.142857 541.75 542
26 542 542.31 543.25 545.142857 547.75 548
27 548 548.31 549.25 551.142857 553.75 554
28 554 554.31 555.25 557.142857 559.75 560
29 560 560.31 561.25 563.142857 565.75 566
30 566 566.31 567.25 569.142857 571.75 572
31 572 572.31 573.25 575.142857 577.75 578
32 578 578.31 579.25 581.142857 583.75 584
33 584 584.31 585.25 587.142857 589.75 590
34 590 590.31 591.25 593.142857 595.75 596
600 MHz band
35 596 596.31 597.25 599.142857 601.75 602
36 602 602.31 603.25 605.142857 607.75 608
37 608 608.31 609.25 611.142857 613.75 614
38 614 614.31 615.25 617.142857 619.75 620
39 620 620.31 621.25 623.142857 625.75 626
40 626 626.31 627.25 629.142857 631.75 632
41 632 632.31 633.25 635.142857 637.75 638
42 638 638.31 639.25 641.142857 643.75 644
43 644 644.31 645.25 647.142857 649.75 650
44 650 650.31 651.25 653.142857 655.75 656
45 656 656.31 657.25 659.142857 661.75 662
46 662 662.31 663.25 665.142857 667.75 668
47 668 668.31 669.25 671.142857 673.75 674
48 674 674.31 675.25 677.142857 679.75 680
49 680 680.31 681.25 683.142857 685.75 686
50 686 686.31 687.25 689.142857 691.75 692
51 692 692.31 693.25 695.142857 697.75 698[5][6]
700 MHz band
52 698 698.31 699.25 701.142857 703.75 704
53 704 704.31 705.25 707.142857 709.75 710
54 710 710.31 711.25 713.142857 715.75 716
55 716 716.31 717.25 719.142857 721.75 722
56 722 722.31 723.25 725.142857 727.75 728
57 728 728.31 729.25 731.142857 733.75 734
58 734 734.31 735.25 737.142857 739.75 740
59 740 740.31 741.25 743.142857 745.75 746
60 746 746.31 747.25 749.142857 751.75 752
61 752 752.31 753.25 755.142857 757.75 758
62 758 758.31 759.25 761.142857 763.75 764
63 764 764.31 765.25 767.142857 769.75 770
64 770 770.31 771.25 773.142857 775.75 776
65 776 776.31 777.25 779.142857 781.75 782
66 782 782.31 783.25 785.142857 787.75 788
67 788 788.31 789.25 791.142857 793.75 794
68 794 794.31 795.25 797.142857 799.75 800
69 800 800.31 801.25 803.142857 805.75 806
800 MHz band
70 806 - 807.25 - 811.75 812
71 812 - 813.25 - 817.75 818
72 818 - 819.25 - 823.75 824
73 824 - 825.25 - 829.75 830
74 830 - 831.25 - 835.75 836
75 836 - 837.25 - 841.75 842
76 842 - 843.25 - 847.75 848
77 848 - 849.25 - 853.75 854
78 854 - 855.25 - 859.75 860
79 860 - 861.25 - 865.75 866
80 866 - 867.25 - 871.75 872
81 872 - 873.25 - 877.75 878
82 878 - 879.25 - 883.75 884
83 884 - 885.25 - 889.75 890

Japan[edit]

Note: Channels 13-62 are used for analog and digital TV broadcasting.

Frequency spacing for each channel in Japan is the same as in the countries listed above, but the channel numbers are 1 lower than in those countries; for example, channel 13 in Japan is on the same frequency as channel 14 in North and South America (most countries), South Korea, Taiwan, and the Philippines.

United Kingdom, Ireland, Hong Kong, Macau, Falkland Islands and Southern Africa[edit]

System I 625 lines
Channel Video carrier (MHz) Audio carrier (MHz)
21 471.25 477.25
22 479.25 485.25
23 487.25 493.25
24 495.25 501.25
25 503.25 509.25
26 511.25 517.25
27 519.25 525.25
28 527.25 533.25
29 535.25 541.25
30 543.25 549.25
31 551.25 557.25
32 559.25 565.25
33 567.25 573.25
34 575.25 581.25
35 583.25 589.25
36 591.25 597.25
37 599.25 605.25
38 607.25 613.25
39 615.25 621.25
40 623.25 629.25
41 631.25 637.25
42 639.25 645.25
43 647.25 653.25
44 655.25 661.25
45 663.25 669.25
46 671.25 677.25
47 679.25 685.25
48 687.25 693.25
49 695.25 701.25
50 703.25 709.25
51 711.25 717.25
52 719.25 725.25
53 727.25 733.25
54 735.25 741.25
55 743.25 749.25
56 751.25 757.25
57 759.25 765.25
58 767.25 773.25
59 775.25 781.25
60 783.25 789.25
61 791.25 797.25
62 799.25 805.25
63 807.25 813.25
64 815.25 821.25
65 823.25 829.25
66 831.25 837.25
67 839.25 845.25
68 847.25 853.25
69 855.25 861.25

NOTE: Channels 21 to 60 used for DVB-T Digital TV broadcasting in the UK, with the exception of Channel 38, which is used by PMSE. Channels 61 to 69 used for 4G LTE.
NOTE: Channel 69 was not used for TV broadcasting in the UK, used by MOD and until 2012 by PMSE.
NOTE: PAL I was withdrawn from broadcasting use in the UK during 2012 and 2013.

Western Europe, Greenland, most countries in Asia and Africa, and most of Oceania[edit]

System G/H 625 lines (8 MHz / channel) UHF band
Channel Video carrier (MHz) Audio carrier (MHz)
21 471.25 476.75
22 479.25 484.75
23 487.25 492.75
24 495.25 500.75
25 503.25 508.75
26 511.25 516.75
27 519.25 524.75
28 527.25 532.75
29 535.25 540.75
30 543.25 548.75
31 551.25 556.75
32 559.25 564.75
33 567.25 572.75
34 575.25 580.75
35 583.25 588.75
36 591.25 596.75
37 599.25 604.75
38 607.25 612.75
39 615.25 620.75
40 623.25 628.75
41 631.25 636.75
42 639.25 644.75
43 647.25 652.75
44 655.25 660.75
45 663.25 668.75
46 671.25 676.75
47 679.25 684.75
48 687.25 692.75
49 695.25 700.75
50 703.25 708.75
51 711.25 716.75
52 719.25 724.75
53 727.25 732.75
54 735.25 740.75
55 743.25 748.75
56 751.25 756.75
57 759.25 764.75
58 767.25 772.75
59 775.25 780.75
60 783.25 788.75
61 791.25 796.75
62 799.25 804.75
63 807.25 812.75
64 815.25 820.75
65 823.25 828.75
66 831.25 836.75
67 839.25 844.75
68 847.25 852.75
69 855.25 860.75
70 863.25 868.75
71 871.25 876.75
72 879.25 884.75
73 887.25 892.75
74 895.25 900.75
75 903.25 908.75
76 911.25 916.75
77 919.25 924.75
78 927.25 932.75
79 935.25 940.75
80 943.25 948.75
81 951.25 956.75
  • NOTE: Former channels 14 to 18 renumbered as 21 to 25 in 1961.[7]
  • NOTE: Channels 70 to 81 no longer allocated to television. They were only used in Italy.

France, Eastern Europe, Former Soviet Union, French overseas territories and former French colonies in Africa[edit]

System K 625 lines
System L 625 lines
Channel Video carrier (MHz) Audio carrier (MHz)
21 471.25 477.75
22 479.25 485.75
23 487.25 493.75
24 495.25 501.75
25 503.25 509.75
26 511.25 517.75
27 519.25 525.75
28 527.25 533.75
29 535.25 541.75
30 543.25 549.75
31 551.25 557.75
32 559.25 565.75
33 567.25 573.75
34 575.25 581.75
35 583.25 589.75
36 591.25 597.75
37 599.25 605.75
38 607.25 613.75
39 615.25 621.75
40 623.25 629.75
41 631.25 637.75
42 639.25 645.75
43 647.25 653.75
44 655.25 661.75
45 663.25 669.75
46 671.25 677.75
47 679.25 685.75
48 687.25 693.75
49 695.25 701.75
50 703.25 709.75
51 711.25 717.75
52 719.25 725.75
53 727.25 733.75
54 735.25 741.75
55 743.25 749.75
56 751.25 757.75
57 759.25 765.75
58 767.25 773.75
59 775.25 781.75
60 783.25 789.75
61 791.25 797.75
62 799.25 805.75
63 807.25 813.75
64 815.25 821.75
65 823.25 829.75
66 831.25 837.75
67 839.25 845.75
68 847.25 853.75
69 855.25 861.75

Australia[edit]

System B 625 lines
Channel Video carrier (MHz) Audio carrier (MHz)
28 527.25 532.75
29 534.25 539.75
30 541.25 546.75
31 548.25 553.75
32 555.25 560.75
33 562.25 567.75
34 569.25 574.75
35 576.25 581.75
36 583.25 588.75
37 590.25 595.75
38 597.25 602.75
39 604.25 609.75
40 611.25 616.75
41 618.25 623.75
42 625.25 630.75
43 632.25 637.75
44 639.25 644.75
45 646.25 651.75
46 653.25 658.75
47 660.25 665.75
48 667.25 672.75
49 674.25 679.75
50 681.25 686.75
51 688.25 693.75
52 695.25 700.75
53 702.25 707.75
54 709.25 714.75
55 716.25 721.75
56 723.25 728.75
57 730.25 735.75
58 737.25 742.75
59 744.25 749.75
60 751.25 756.75
61 758.25 763.75
62 765.25 770.75
63 772.25 777.75
64 779.25 784.75
65 786.25 791.75
66 793.25 798.75
67 800.25 805.75
68 807.25 812.75
69 814.25 819.75

Channels above C52 are being progressively phased out since the introduction of digital television and rationalisation of the spectrum

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ A. G. Sennitt (ed.), World Radio and TV Handbook Volume 49 1995, Billboard Books, 1995 pages 381-382
  2. ^ O. Lund Johansen (ed.), World Radio-Television Handbook 9th Edition 1955, 1955 page 138
  3. ^ http://www.pembers.freeserve.co.uk/World-TV-Standards/Transmission-Systems.html#E1 Archived 2012-08-30 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ ITU, Final Acts of the Regional Administrative Conference for the planning of VHF/UHF Television Broadcasting in the African Broadcasting Area and Neighbouring Countries 1989, ITU, 1990 page 60
  5. ^ a b FCC Public Notice DA-11-1428A1:
  6. ^ a b Industry Canada Advisory Letter - Moratorium on the Use of Television Channel 51
  7. ^ Foreign Broadcast Information Service, Broadcasting Stations of the World (Part IV) 16th Edition 1960, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1960 pages 97-98