What? Does that mean we have to buy cable or satelite? Or is it that broadcast will be going digital/hi-def, and our current TVs will be parts for salvage?That covers a lot of bandwidth. Upper VHF channels cover from around 108 MHZ to 160 MHZ. UHF runs from about 200 MHZ up to around 400 MHZ. You can get a booster for around $25.00, probably cheaper than a homebrew. Plus Uncle Charlie is stopping conventional tv broadcast in February of 2009.
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