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Russel Winder wrote:
On Sun, 2012-05-13 at 15:23 +0100, Andy Furniss wrote: [...]Should that be 545833000 instead of 545833330, and 529833000 instead of 529833330?Possibly - I think if you calculate by hand from channel number and add or take the offset if it it<channel>+ or - then you do get the extra 33.If I remember correctly the OfCom documentation states the +/- offset is 0.166. Certainly that is what I used for my manual calculation.
I was told when asking on uk.tech.broadcast that the offset was 167000, perhaps, if that's rounded up, then 166670 may also be valid and would give the extra 330.
I don't know about ofcom docs but you can get other info if you check the "I am in the trade" box and enter your postcode here -
http://www.digitaluk.co.uk/postcodechecker/for the details you have to hover mouse over channel numbers, and of course convert channels to freq. The formula I was told was -
(306 + (N x 8)) x 1000000 then if required +/- 167000
I don't live in London, but using a slightly newer w_scan for my transmitter gave different output from that, with the 330 -> 000.Where did you get this w_scan command from, I don't seem to have one.
wirbel.htpc-forum.de/w_scan/index_en.htmlTo download there is a link at the bottom of the German page which is linked to from that page.
[...]T2 0 16417 802000000 8MHz AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO # EastI wonder if the 0 and 16417 can be ascertained from OfCom documents?
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