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Author Topic: KRBK Mux leaving Galaxy 16 Oct 31st  (Read 88 times)
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« on: October 11, 2018, 06:14:43 PM »

KRBK's rescan day is October 31, and the satellite signal on G16 will be leaving for good that day or shortly thereafter.

Why? 

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KRBK will actually be moving to a new tower and antenna, east of Springfield, Missouri (near Fordland). KRBK has been using a 5 tower single frequency network (SFN) for their terrestrial coverage. That will end on Oct 31st, as the antenna & tower they are moving to is 1936' height above average terrain (HAAT), and will be transmitting 1000 kW ERP. Thus, no need for the satellite signal any longer.

KRBK has began running a crawl to remind viewers that they will be switching UHF channels on October 31st, going from RF 49 to RF 22, as part of the national DTV repacking schedule, which is being directed by the FCC.

As a reminder, the satellite signal will go away once the transition has been completed.


Stay up to date on the KRBK Engineering page on Facebook:

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https://www.facebook.com/fox5krbkengineering/



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« Reply #1 on: October 11, 2018, 08:24:18 PM »

KRBK's rescan day is October 31, and the satellite signal on G16 will be leaving for good that day or shortly thereafter.

Why?  

Code:
http://tvanswers.org/what.asp


KRBK will actually be moving to a new tower and antenna, east of Springfield, Missouri (near Fordland). KRBK has been using a 5 tower single frequency network (SFN) for their terrestrial coverage. That will end on Oct 31st, as the antenna & tower they are moving to is 1936' height above average terrain (HAAT), and will be transmitting 1000 kW ERP. Thus, no need for the satellite signal any longer.

KRBK has began running a crawl to remind viewers that they will be switching UHF channels on October 31st, going from RF 49 to RF 22, as part of the national DTV repacking schedule, which is being directed by the FCC.

As a reminder, the satellite signal will go away once the transition has been completed.


Stay up to date on the KRBK Engineering page on Facebook:

Code:
https://www.facebook.com/fox5krbkengineering/



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That SUCKS!!! I like the MOVIES channel also being on 99w, as that's the primary sat I watch the most.
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