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Topic # 64575 18-Jul-2010 11:33
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Hhey guys,

Just wondering, what channels are avaliable with Freeview UHF? Anyone know any upcoming channels? Thanks Guys.

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Me.

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  Reply # 352922 18-Jul-2010 11:46
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  Reply # 352928 18-Jul-2010 12:01
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Is Stratos avaliable..? On their website, it says its not and on the Freeview site in the HD signals section, it says Stratos is avaliable. HD is only avalible on UHF TerrestriAL right..

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 352932 18-Jul-2010 12:14
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ushare: Is Stratos avaliable..? On their website, it says its not and on the Freeview site in the HD signals section, it says Stratos is avaliable. HD is only avalible on UHF TerrestriAL right..


I'm not sure where on the Freeview site you're seeing that. It certainly doesn't show up for me in the HD listings and says it's only available on Freeview Satellite (which is the case FYI).


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  Reply # 352934 18-Jul-2010 12:15
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Statos is only available on the satellite FreeView platform, not the UHF. And yes HD services are only on the UHF service, which includes TV1,2,3 and the HD demo channel, all others are SD.

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  Reply # 352961 18-Jul-2010 13:01
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Thanks for your help guys.

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