With the end of the FCC’s spectrum auction in January, it’s time to measure its damaging effects on broadcasters.
In the past, I have written about out-of-band (OOB) interference between ATSC signals in different bands: the low VHF band into a high VHF channel and a high VHF band ATSC into a UHF channel.
It’s a given that there is going to be considerable “channel shuffling” after the upcoming television broadcast spectrum auctions.
In its recent Report and Order, the FCC revealed 11 scenarios under consideration for a 600 MHz Band Plan following the spectrum auctions.
By now almost everyone knows the NAB has filed a lawsuit against the FCC over its spectrum auctions TV channel repack.
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