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kevthesparky

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#19536 20-Feb-2008 18:08
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Hi I was doing some testing in Aotea (Wellington) yesterday and I was under the impression that DVB-T was only broadcast on Transmitting channels 48, 50 and 59 from Mt Kaukau but my meter was also picking up 51 and 57 with a much better signal level and SNR.

Is there another Transmitter broadcasting DVB-T or are they bringing in more transport streams.



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  #111907 20-Feb-2008 18:31
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Channels 51,53 and 57 are used on Baxters Knob, Fitzherbert and for the SFN (Single Frequency Network) infill sites. I believe the only SFN site at this stage is Haywards.

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  #111917 20-Feb-2008 19:27
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Baxters Knob, Fitzherbert and any other infills are all on the same channels with polarity variations, hence all make an SFN.

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  #113648 28-Feb-2008 21:23
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So is Fitzherbert active with the test signals for DVB-T?







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  #113652 28-Feb-2008 21:54
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Yes.

All DVB-T transmitters nationwide are now live.

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