VHF TV (ch1-13) Freqs...

VHF TV (ch1-13) Freqs...

Post by Mar » Fri, 10 Jun 1994 01:39:54

Could someone please post the frequencies used for channels 1-13 (VHF)?  Thanks
 
 
 

VHF TV (ch1-13) Freqs...

Post by F. Barry Mullig » Fri, 10 Jun 1994 16:26:58


Quote:> ... please post the frequencies used for channels 1-13 (VHF)? ...

From the FAF - Frequently Asked Frequencies file,
  available on oak.oakland.edu//pub/hamradio/docs/misc

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Television

        Ch      Range       Video      Audio

         2     54 -  60     55.250     59.750
         3     60 -  66     61.250     65.750
         4     66 -  72     67.250     71.750
         5     76 -  82     77.250     81.750
         6     82 -  88     83.250     87.750
         7    174 - 180    175.250    179.750
         8    180 - 186    181.250    185.750
         9    186 - 192    187.250    191.750
        10    192 - 198    193.250    197.750
        11    198 - 204    199.250    203.750
        12    204 - 210    205.250    209.750
        13    210 - 216    211.250    215.750
        14    470 - 476    471.250    475.750
        15    476 - 482    477.250    481.750
        ..    ... - ...    .......    .......
        68    794 - 800    795.250    799.750
        69    800 - 806    801.250    805.750

        Note the gaps between chs 4/5, 6/7, and 13/14.
        Each TV channel is 6 MHz wide. The video carrier is 1.25 MHz
    above the start of the range. The audio carrier is 0.250 MHz below
    the end of the range. Television audio is wideband FM.
        Some TV stations may be offset +/- 10 kHz.

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VHF TV (ch1-13) Freqs...

Post by Hugh Hemingt » Sat, 11 Jun 1994 01:15:44

: Could someone please post the frequencies used for channels 1-13 (VHF)?  Thanks

I can supply the L.A. channels:
2 = 59.750
4=71.750
5=81.750
7=179.750
9=191.750
11=203.750
13=215.750

and our PBS (KCET) on channel 28 is at 559.750

BUT... these freqs. are all Wide-FM -- most scanners will pick-up a very
dirty signal if they only do narrow-FM!