Assessing Post-Repack Channel Options | TvTechnology

It’s a given that there is going to be considerable “channel shuffling” after the upcoming television broadcast spectrum auctions. There also will be a lot less in the way of channel slots to choose from in the subsequent station repacking action. In 2014, the FCC adopted methodology for predicting interference between TV broadcasters and broadband wireless transmitters that are operating either in co-channel or adjacent-channel frequency slots. The commission termed their interference-prediction methodology, which is based on the Longley-Rice propagation model, “ISIX.”

Source: Assessing Post-Repack Channel Options | TvTechnology

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