What channels are UHF?


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    Default What channels are UHF?

    looking for what channels are on the UHF band?

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    Any channel from 14-up. VHF low is from 2-6, VHF high is from 7-13.

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    if you wanna know what the stations are in your market, post your TVfool plot here.

    www.tvfool.com

    It will tell you what channel/band they are on.

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    I know this is an old post, but I wanted to bring up a fact about digital television.

    Just because a channel number is low (below channel 14), that doesn't mean that it's not a UHF channel. Most channels are remapped as a virtual channel, and a lot of lower channels are actually UHF. That's why it's probably best to refer to http://www.tvfool.com/index.php?opti...pper&Itemid=29 to find out which channels are in the UHF spectrum.

    You will see two columns: real and virtual (mapped) channels. Real channels reported with numbers 14 and above are UHF.
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