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  Reply # 91018 14-Oct-2007 20:20
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Hmm so they mention for Kaukau " Cancel Kaukau TVNZ 48 and Fitzherbert/Baxters Kordia 50" for Wellington but I take it that does not mean that they will be running the DTT service from Fitzherbert?







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  Reply # 91024 14-Oct-2007 21:26
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Nety: Hmm so they mention for Kaukau " Cancel Kaukau TVNZ 48 and Fitzherbert/Baxters Kordia 50" for Wellington but I take it that does not mean that they will be running the DTT service from Fitzherbert?


Apparently Kaukau will be the only site upgraded in Wellington initially. Other sites such as Baxters Knob and Fitzherbert could be upgraded to support infill coverage at a later date. I would guess that both of these would more than likely have to be done for coverage in Wainuiomata and parts of Porirua.


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