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#89898 10-Sep-2011 13:08
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Hi there, this may be posted elsewhere, but I cannot find any info on the internet anywhere!

Does anybody know the channels/frequencies used by freeview HD in the Whangarei area?

Cheers,

Bryan 

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  #519278 10-Sep-2011 14:27
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They don't actually seem to be listed on that site, but they're at 562, 578 and 594 MHz.

 
 
 
 




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  #519279 10-Sep-2011 14:28
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Thanks for the reply dontpanic.
That website does not have the frequencies for whangarei, I've already tried there.

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  #519280 10-Sep-2011 14:28
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Bwhodar, cheers, I'll give it a go

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  #519282 10-Sep-2011 14:31
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bryza100: Thanks for the reply dontpanic.

That website does not have the frequencies for whangarei, I've already tried there.

Cheers


Oh, you're right. They have a Whangarei coverage map, but no frequencies. That's odd.

Behodar's on to it though!! :-)

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  #519283 10-Sep-2011 14:34
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:)

By the way, vertical polarity.



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  #519285 10-Sep-2011 14:47
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Thanks very much guys, worked like a charm. Wish freeview would update their site!!

 
 
 
 


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  #519318 10-Sep-2011 17:13
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bryza100: Thanks very much guys, worked like a charm. Wish freeview would update their site!!

Most people probably realise this but, the Freeviewshop website which was listed above is a retailer, not an official Freeview website. The official Freeview website is http://www.freeviewnz.tv/ However that is equally unhelpful when it comes to frequencies for some of the more recent transmitters.



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  #519321 10-Sep-2011 17:21
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I believe the freeviewshop website just takes their information from http://www.freeviewnz.tv/ which is what I was referring to when I said that I wish freeview would update their site.

I understand what you are saying though, so no disrespect to freeviewshop!

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