09.14.2004 12:00 AM
FCC Establishes Rules for Class A, LPTV and Translator DTV
At its meeting last Thursday, the FCC established rules for Class A, LPTV and TV translator stations to begin DTV broadcasting. The details on rules won't be available until the FCC releases its Report and Order. For a summary of information contained in the FCC News Release, see the TV Technology News Bytes article FCC Establishes Rules for Digital LPTV. Note that the FCC did not include DTV boosters in this Order. I'll have more information in RF Report after the FCC releases the Report and Order.

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