Norway goes Digital, eliminates FM radio
Thu Jan 12 13:10:54 EST 2017
Commercial translators can rebroadcast the primary station's analog or HD
channels, including HD2, etc. That's being done a lot. Some stations may be
making money on HD that way.
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On Thu, 12 Jan 2017, Jeff Lehmann wrote:
> I don't think most of the HD2/3 translators are actually using it as
> an STL to feed their analog translators. The audio quality on those
> channels isn't that great. Most are fed directly, which is allowed.
Translators in the commercial band (above 91.9) must be fed off the air,
unless that's changed recently.
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