Re: Channel groups post-DSO
On Feb 24, 7:36 pm, Andy Wade <spambuc...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
It has been suggested that there will be three groups.
Group 1: channels 21 to 30
Group 2: channels 41 to 62
Group W: channels 21 to 62.
This will happen if the channels 31 to 40 and 63 to 68 are not used
Some while ago I put a similar proposal  on the CAI's table, but so
far it seems to have fallen on somewhat stony ground. Good to know that
others are thinking along similar lines.
If Ofcom's "clearing the 800 MHz band proposal goes ahead the channels
will need to be 21-30, 39-60 and 21-60.
Ah. I was looking at outdated info then
says that 39 and 40 are to be sold off.
Can we rely on Mr Carver to come up with the latest info?
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