Originally Posted by jcalabria
It would be extremely unusual and very doubtful that much of anything beyond channel 78 (550MHz) was analog. That is almost universally true across all operators, with the notable exception of Cox, which pushed analog beyond 550MHz in some systems.
Beyond that, many (not all) TWC systems have all or nearly all of the "analog" channels 2-78 simulcast in digital, albeit with 12-16 channels stuffed per QAM channel. Although this can vary among systems (especially in systems acquired from other operators such as Adelphia), it has become somewhat common to find STBs in TWC systems without analog tuners, meaning that those systems have 100% simulcast in place - EVERYTHING delivered on those systems by digital STB is digital.
I want everyone too know im a novice just learning how this digital cable works but I had forgot to mention the area i did move into was built on an old adelphia infrastructure and im going to list some of these so called digital channels beyond 100 using my favorites http://www.twclineup.com/lineups/NEO...dLU_102407.pdf
LOTS and LOTS of software Anomalies
Mostly WARNINGS! about an IPG Daemon ??
Current QAM status
ch106 cartoon network freq:477.000MHz Tuning Mode:Analog
ch113 hallmark freq:321.000MHz Tuning Mode:Analog
ch114 tvland freq:429.000MHz Tuning Mode:Analog
ch115 american life tv freq:711.000MHZ Tuning Mode:QAM-256Bs (Digital)
ch130 discovery freq:405.000MHZ Tuning Mode:Analog
ch132 science channel freq:765.000MHz Tuning Mode:QAM-256Bs (Digital)
ok i think you can grasp what is going on the rest of my favorites past 100 are like that hit or miss. What i think is going on here is most of the channels past 100 are clones of the basic cable analog setup the more i read up on this technology of cable systems the more informed i am when talking to customer support and they usually have no idea of what im talking about so i usually get passed off too tier 2or3 support lol
Then found this forum so i though what the heck signed up and found this topic so now i hope to find better answers here then the cable company