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Topic # 79255 15-Mar-2011 08:47
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http://www.rsm.govt.nz/cms/pdf-library/policy-and-planning/digital-futures-planning-for-digital-tv-and-new-uses/Long_Term_Digital_TV_Frequency_Plan.pdf

so now we have some degree of certainty. Good. I see provision for 4 mux too..

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  Reply # 448452 15-Mar-2011 09:27
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Does anyone have any dates for the change overs?

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  Reply # 448470 15-Mar-2011 10:14
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jjnz1: Does anyone have any dates for the change overs?


You mean expansion or rechanneling?

Expansion will be complete within the next couple of months and officially due by the end of June from memory. Rechanneling will not occur until ASO when existing analogue broadcasts cease so resuse of some of that spectrum for Freeview|HD can occur.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 448478 15-Mar-2011 10:21
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sbiddle: Rechanneling will not occur until ASO when existing analogue broadcasts cease so resuse of some of that spectrum for Freeview|HD can occur.

That's what I originally thought, but the footnotes on that document imply that some channels will move before ASO, then move again afterwards due to frequency conflicts.

Edit: Never mind, those are all new sites. 

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  Reply # 448507 15-Mar-2011 11:51
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I have not checked the full channel details through, but one presumes that some of the channel changes can happen now as they will move into channels previously used by Sky/Tab which have already shut down.

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  Reply # 448521 15-Mar-2011 12:38
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Makes sense. I just looked up Te Aroha (since that's where I get it from) and A, B and C all seem to be available now (old Sky channels). D overlaps with analogue TVCentral but the frequency might be cleared up by the time they launch D.

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  Reply # 448577 15-Mar-2011 14:56
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I just found this:

"The restacking is planned to occur between April 2011 and May 2012, on a transmission site by transmission site basis."

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  Reply # 448653 15-Mar-2011 18:43
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Trackside is gone in may so that will help.

imo they should restack them now. uhf analog be damned




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