Use of Digital Frequencies for Analog Operations

Martin, Harry C.
January 2002
Broadcast Engineering;Jan2002, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p20
Trade Publication
Discusses the order of the United States Federal Communications (FCC) Commission on the use of digital frequencies for analog operation by television stations. Efforts of various wireless industry groups to push FCC to adopt procedures for the 700 Megahertz band-clearing; Consequences of the failure to encourage Channel 59-69 band clearings; Applications for the propose use of digital television channels in analog mode.


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