Channel 78


Channel 78

Channel 78 has been removed from television use in 1983, but was formerly used by television stations in North America which broadcast on UHF frequencies 854-860 MHz. In the United States, channels 70-83 had served primarily as a "translator band" containing repeater transmitters to fill gaps in coverage for existing stations. Most went silent or relocated to lower frequencies, often more than once, due to successive losses of UHF TV channels to mobile operators.

While as low-power television stations these were not required to convert to digital operation on the 2009 US transition date, many were affected by the upstream full-power stations conversion and/or were forced to change frequency by 2011 due to the loss of UHF TV channels 52-69 to cellular and land mobile use after digital transition:

CBEFT's logo as "U78", on Channel 78.

References

  1. ^ Current Station Roll Calls
  2. ^ (obsolete) Stations above channel 69
  3. ^ Query the FCC's TV station database for K54BK
  4. ^ http://www.rabbitears.info/market.php?mktid=426
  5. ^ Query the FCC's TV station database for K42JX-D
  6. ^ Query the FCC's TV station database for K66DR
  7. ^ Query the FCC's TV station database for K24IM-D
  8. ^ Query the FCC's TV station database for K47LG-D
  9. ^ http://www.rabbitears.info/market.php?mktid=281

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