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Old 29-Jun-2010, 2:50 AM   #1
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Update - Vancouver Area

Vancouver, BC area updates/changes.

Approved, to commence broadcasting Aug 31, 2011:
CIVT has been approved for post-transition transmitter on channel 32 (re-map as 32.1), average, ERP-12,000 watts, max-ERP 33,000 watts at 740.3 meters HAAT (from current location)
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2010/2010-391.htm


Some corrections:
22 CHAN-DT re-maps as 8.1
24 K24IC-D re-maps as 28.1
33 CIVT-DT re-maps as 32.1
47 CKVU-DT re-maps as 10.1


CRTC Application to Public Hearing for post-transition transmitter
22 CHAN (re-map as 8.1) average-ERP 22,000 max-ERP 40,000 watts at 656 meters HAAT
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2010/2010-382.htm#4
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Old 29-Aug-2010, 12:25 AM   #2
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Thanks for the updates!

The changes to the virtual channel mapping have been done.

The pending (post-transition) transmitter data (radiation pattern and other specs) for CIVT and CHAN do not seem to be in the Industry Canada database yet, so we will not be able to add them to the pending database now.

FYI, these changes should take effect immediately on any newly generated reports.
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Old 29-Aug-2010, 11:53 PM   #3
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Re: CIVT, post transition, look under the following link:

http://www.user.dccnet.com/jonleblan...ations/BC.html

Their permission to broadcast on 32 at 33kW is listed under CIVT-DT(1). I.e. they are already authorized to broadcast on 32 in digital at that ERP.
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Old 7-Oct-2010, 8:10 PM   #4
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CHAN-TV has received approval to increase its signal on channel 22 with an average effective radiated power (ERP) of 22,000 watts (maximum ERP of 40,000 watts with an effective height of antenna above average terrain of 656 metres).

http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2010/2010-738.htm
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Old 9-Nov-2010, 1:20 AM   #5
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CRTC Approvals for CKVU and CHNM

CRTC has approved two digital transmitters for CKVU, one for Vancouver and one for Victoria. The Vancouver transmitter will operate on channel 33 with an average effective radiated power (ERP) of 4,300 watts (maximum ERP of 8,300 watts with an effective height of antenna above average terrain (EHAAT) of 670 metres). The Victoria transmitter will operate on channel 27 with an ERP of 1,647 watts (maximum ERP of 2,750 watts with an EHAAT of 99.6 meters).

Link: http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2010/2010-822.htm



CRTC has also approved a digital transmitter for CHNM. The new transmitter will operate on channel 29 with an average ERP of 1,647 watts (maximum ERP of 2,750 watts with an effective height of antenna above average terrain of 99.6 metres).

http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2010/2010-823.htm
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Old 11-Nov-2010, 1:50 AM   #6
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The CRTC has approved an application by Rogers Broadcasting for post-transition transmitters for CKVU-TV in Vancouver and Victoria. Vancouver will operate on channel 33 with a maximum ERP of 8,300 watts at 670 meters HAAT and Victoria will operate on channel 27 with a maximum ERP of 2,750 watts at 99.6 meters HAAT. CRTC decision The Commission has also approved an application by Rogers to add a post-transition transmitter in Victoria for CHNM-TV Vancouver. It will operate on channel 29 with a maximum ERP of 2,750 watts at 99.6 meters HAAT. CRTC decision

The CRTC has approved an application by Zoomer Media Inc., on behalf of the Christian Channel Inc., for CHNU-TV Fraser Valley by adding post-transition digital transmitters in the Fraser Valley (CHNU-DT) and Victoria (CHNU-DT-1). The Fraser Valley transmitter will operate on channel 47 with a maximum ERP of 21,400 watts at 335 meter HAAT and Victoria on channel 21 with a maximum ERP of 3,500 watts at 94.4 meters HAAT. CRTC decision
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