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Old 27-Oct-2014, 12:04 AM   #3
atlantis43
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Originally Posted by Stereocraig View Post
The number that we see, is called the "Virtual" channel.

The number of the channel that we need to be concerned with, is called the "Real" or "Physical" Channel.
This means that something that's advertised as being on 68.1, may actually be transmitted on "Real" channel 5.

These will both be listed, when you run and post your TVF Report.

VHF LO = 2-6, VHF HI = 7-13, UHF = 14-51.

In effect, the channel numbers have no more meaning, that if you were to use peel off stickers, for ID.
I'm familiar with the old designations that you've listed, but how do I run a TVF report so that I can know what channels are problematic with my current digital converter box (one one old tv), which is connected to an "amplified" Radio Shack HDTV antenna?
Once I know this, I might be able to post my real question to make sense.
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