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Wednesday, 19 February 2020
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GeordieLad
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11:13 AM

If Dave J and Michael (March 2019) are still interested but not yet aware of changes, Smithsonian is now on LCN57 as a SD program (as is PBS America on LCN91); both quite interesting - and better than much of the rubbish aired on the so-called prime channels.

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Tuesday, 25 February 2020
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Tuesday, 23 June 2020
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Thomas's 1 post GB
Saturday, 29 August 2020
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MilesT
11:42 PM
Newport

It would be great if the frequency maps (e.g. C26 (514.0MHz) after switchover | free and easy could be tweaked a little as follows:

Add some notes as to how PMSE etc. also shares some channels at fixed locations (coordinated by Ofcom, with link to relevant Ofcom pages). Not the actual assignments, just some boilerplate text and a link as an explainer
PSME before 700Mhz/800MHz clearance (brief overview from Ofcom pages) on channel pages 60-69 (boilerplate text explainer)
The special status (before/after) for channel 38 (radio telescopes before, PMSE after) and channel 65 (before PMSE. after still PMSE in a limited way?)
The special status of channel 70 (before/after unlicensed PMSE)
Clearance of aeronautical radar as part of Digital dividend (from one channel?)


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Sunday, 30 August 2020
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