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# 111220 27-Oct-2012 18:42
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Hello everyone

I'm just going through and updating the New Zealand DVB-T frequency lists for MediaPortal. I think I've got the Freeview restacking and DSO changes covered. What I haven't covered is Igloo and any other non-Freeview DVB-T transmissions (for example Mainland TV).

Unfortunately rsm.govt.nz seems to be down at the moment so I can't search their database.

Can you help me by confirming the frequencies of any non-Freeview DVB-T transmissions in your area.

Cheers,
mm

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  # 707590 27-Oct-2012 19:50
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Filling in some of the blanks...

Mainland TV = 514 MHz (ch 26) and 522 MHz (ch 27) in Nelson and Motueka respectively.

Frequency plan showing current Igloo and Freeview details:

http://www.gogog.co.nz/uploadfile/201206/20120621183312846.pdf

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  # 707665 27-Oct-2012 23:12
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Hawkes Bay TV are on DTV 27 at Mt Threave and Tararau TV also on DTV 27 down the road at Wharite. 

There is also a world TV set of licences on SMART which are on DTV 28 & DTV 29 at various sites around the country.

Searching MR213 and MR 267 or all ¨DTV¨ channels will bring you up all the DTT licences in the country

 
 
 
 




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  # 707670 27-Oct-2012 23:38
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knoydart: Hawkes Bay TV are on DTV 27 at Mt Threave and Tararau TV also on DTV 27 down the road at Wharite.

Cheers - I'm a Manawatu local but hadn't heard that Tararua TV had been granted a digital license. I see they only announced it 6 days ago on their Facebook so it must be a fairly recent development. Nothing is live yet.

There is also a world TV set of licences on SMART which are on DTV 28 & DTV 29 at various sites around the country.

Again, not live here, but thanks.

Searching MR213 and MR 267 or all ¨DTV¨ channels will bring you up all the DTT licences in the country

As mentioned in the first post, I can't seem to get to rsm.govt.nz at the moment. Can you?

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  # 707671 27-Oct-2012 23:45
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mm1352000:
knoydart: Hawkes Bay TV are on DTV 27 at Mt Threave and Tararau TV also on DTV 27 down the road at Wharite.

Cheers - I'm a Manawatu local but hadn't heard that Tararua TV had been granted a digital license. I see they only announced it 6 days ago on their Facebook so it must be a fairly recent development. Nothing is live yet.

There is also a world TV set of licences on SMART which are on DTV 28 & DTV 29 at various sites around the country.

Again, not live here, but thanks.

Searching MR213 and MR 267 or all ¨DTV¨ channels will bring you up all the DTT licences in the country

As mentioned in the first post, I can't seem to get to rsm.govt.nz at the moment. Can you?


TTV is very recent, I think they have some serious work ahead before they are digital. World TV is a similar situation as well.

RSM is working as of 15 minutes ago. Have a check at downforeveryoneorjustme if still having problems.

There is not much else action out there in regional tv land right now bu I´m sure more will happen as regions head towards DSO in the coming 14 months.





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  # 707676 27-Oct-2012 23:57
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knoydart: TTV is very recent, I think they have some serious work ahead before they are digital. World TV is a similar situation as well.

RSM is working as of 15 minutes ago. Have a check at downforeveryoneorjustme if still having problems.

There is not much else action out there in regional tv land right now bu I´m sure more will happen as regions head towards DSO in the coming 14 months.


Thanks again - I guess it must be just me or Maxnet.

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