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post #631 of 692
Thread Starter 
I could tune channel 20-1. You should try moving your antenna, our checking the cables that connect to the TV. They were showing the Simpsons Movie at that time anyway, and they showed the Closing Ceremony at a later time.
post #632 of 692
Thread Starter 
Newsflash

Since yesterday Canal 44 XHIJ has been available on channel 45. They are in 1080i 16:9, and they don't show Stretch-o-Vision. Yesterday I only saw at most 2 hours of programming, the rest was just a loop of commercials for their shows in HD.
post #633 of 692
What? Ch. 45.1? Will have to rescan, at least that range..

I'm still waiting on the 56 going digital....

I'm currently looking at local HD pay systems

SKY HD; Waaaayy too expensive, you'll pay over $150 US a month for 2 TVs.. no way
Dish HD: Waaaayy too little HD channels, like 6 including Azteca and Televisa ones.. no way
Cablemas HD: Several HDs, not as expensive as SKY but they SELL you the local HD channels.. lame..
post #634 of 692
2012 is here.. very small chances...

45-1 most programming is still SD with the HD logo on top (who are they kidding?)

Only HD on 45-1 is ONE camera in he studio.. that's it, they have one camera total.

So in studio shows only one camera will have the HD while the 4-5 around will do SD.. it's kind of annoying constant changing from 4:3 SD screen to 16:9 HD screen.

Still no news on channel 56 going digital.. Other local channels still the same, no news on when they will change.
post #635 of 692
Yeah, 2012 is here.

I´m still waiting for XHBJ-TDT to go on the air. The Summer Olimpic Games are coming and, i don´t see anything on their transmitter facilities (works on their antenna tower). Looks like it will take long to watch Canal 5 HD here in Tijuana.

On the other hand, according to a recent document of additional channels by Cofetel, the only new additional channel for this region is Ch. 46. So, it means that this will be the channel assignated to future XHTJB-TDT 3-1 (Oncetv México HD).
http://www.cft.gob.mx/swb/Cofetel_20..._mil_habitates

By the way, XHTJB-3 (analog) is broadcasting the signal of Oncetv México HD and, i´ve take some time to watch their programming and, most of it´s programming is in 16:9 HD. I can´t wait to watch this channel on their digital transmitter signal soon. Yeah!
post #636 of 692
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Originally Posted by Nightwalker1973 View Post

...By the way, XHTJB-3 (analog) ... most of it´s programming is in 16:9 HD....

In my opinion, Oncetv has the the best programming in Tijuana and looked OK on 4:3 sets. But now it's picture is stretched or has bars on the sides. I hope the local station goes digital soon.

As for analog 45, the only thing I watch it for is WWE Raw, which isn't offered OTA in San Diego. Other than that it just seems to offer reruns of gringo programs like Law and Order (yuck).
post #637 of 692
Since yesterday i noticed that a new subchannel is being broadcasted on XHUAA-TDT 57-2. It´s XEQ Televisa 9 (Galavisión) from Mexico City in 480i format. Wow, it took long to Televisa to decide to, at least, broadcast the 3rd. televisa network on a subchannel (if not by a new channel) from the existing ones in Tijuana (XEWT, XETV are the others).

I remember that Galavisión was being broadcasted in Tijuana on XHBJ 45 until August 9 2004 when Televisa decided to make the network change to XHGC canal 5 to cover the Athens summer olympics since then up to date.

Now, let´s see if Azteca will broadcast Mexico City´s "XHTVM Proyecto 40", at least, on an open subchannel sometime soon.

Now, it only remains when will XHBJ decide to air it´s digital channel.

Oh, and by the way Joe, if you can watch XHTJB 3 on a widescreen tv, you will see a good simulation of how will it be when it´s digital channel becomes available.
post #638 of 692
I believe since yesterday that Televisa Tijuana made some changes on their tv signals.

XHBJ 45 now broadcasts (and is back again to be) Televisa´s XEQ 9 "galavisión".

XHGC canal 5 is now being broadcasted on XETV 6 analog. It also broadcasts digitally on 6-2 on a 480i SD format. I believe that they will be broadcasting their full programming or, it will broadcast 24/7 (formely on XHBJ 45 it only broadcasted from 4 a.m. till 11 p.m.)

San Diego 6, The CW network is now available only on XETV-DT 6-1.

Since more than a month ago, XEQ 9 "galavisión" is also available digitally on XHUAA 57-2 on a 480i SD format.

My question is, since canal 5 moved to XETV 6, how or when will be broadcasting their HD signal in the near future? Since the London summer olimpic games are coming soon, Televisa has a disavantage over Azteca on HD broadcasts in this region. And also, when will XHBJ 45 go digital?

Will XEWT 12 add FORO TV on a subchannel (12-2) soon? Who knows...
post #639 of 692
Today i noticed that the programming of XHGC 5 on XETV 6 analog and 6-2 digital is 2 hour delayed, just the same way XHUAA broadcasts XEW 2 locally.

So, have in mind that the programming schedules are in local time.

XEQ 9 galavisión on both XHBJ 45 and XHUAA 57-2 broadcasts their live signal from Mexico City.
post #640 of 692
Glad to hear that Televisa's canal 5 went digital here.
Guess the only network left to convert here is Oncetv.
post #641 of 692
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Originally Posted by JoeM View Post

Glad to hear that Televisa's canal 5 went digital here.
Guess the only network left to convert here is Oncetv.

Yeah but, this is not the way i has to be. It only broadcasts (for now) in SD 480i. I want to see their HD signal on the air.
post #642 of 692
We are still waiting for "Canal 5" going digital in Juarez/El Paso area.. Channel 45-1 slowly incorporating more HD, like a Music Videos program they air, all videos are in HD... they still only have ONE HD camera in the studio.. LOL
post #643 of 692
Here in SD/Tijuana, I don't get any subchannels on the two Azteca channels anymore with my converter box. I used to get their audio. Can anyone who has a computer or mp4 box verify this ?
post #644 of 692
The sub channels are all gone. I haven't checked them for months. Full bandwidth on the main channel now.

XHJK 28
0x0031 (92.82% - 18.00 Mbps) 0x0031 MPEG-2 Video for program 1
0x0033 (2.38% ~ 0.46 Mbps) 0x0033 AC-3 Audio for program 1

XHTIT 29
0x0041 (92.82% - 18.00 Mbps) 0x0041 MPEG-2 Video for program 2
0x0043 (2.38% ~ 0.46 Mbps) 0x0043 AC-3 Audio for program 2
post #645 of 692
They probably did in preparation for the Olympics.
post #646 of 692
Heads up!

Re-scan channels..

Chanel 5 has gone digital!

Not only that but the 5.2 is a FULL HD non-stop music videos (24/7 no commercials all HD)

That's the "poor" XEJ TV, one of the oldest Mexican channels, first station that broadcasted outside of Mexico City in spanish..

I've also heard that Local Channel 2 (Televisa Juarez) will go digital on July 1st...
post #647 of 692
What's going on with Tijuana's analog 45 ?


Couple of days ago they had just a black screen but this weekend it was completely off the air.
Nothing's wrong with the programming as 57-2 is OK.

Is the analog transmitter broken ?

Anybody have any ideas ?
post #648 of 692
No. XHBJ-TV 45 is off the air because it´s employees (which are Stirt syndicate members) are on a strike. XHBJ is owned and operated by Cadena Baja California. Also, their 3 CBC radio stations (XESPN 800 kHz, XEBG 1550 kHz, and XHMORE 98.9 MHz) are also off the air because of labor problems with the CBC management and it´s employees (Stirt syndicate).

I don´t know how long it will last but the syndicate will remain on strike until the CBC management agrees and fulfills their demands. This is the second time in the last 2 years that occur the same problem with this company.
post #649 of 692
Channel 44.1 now has HD cameras, not only one this time, they seemed to get several and even on the field now.. They took like 2 weeks to get the tech working (they were only broadcasting in analog)..

Azteca HD, now will display "disponible en HD" on the HD programming (available in HD), so if you don't see that message pop up on the screen it's good news.....

They are still lacking some SAP, even if it says "SAP" on screen they aren't transmitting the SAP audio.
post #650 of 692
So, what, if any, low band stations are broadcasting in digital in Mexico? Are there any?
Edited by mp11 - 7/2/12 at 11:36am
post #651 of 692
The lowest I've seen is 5, I was expecting channel 2 on July 1st, it didn't happen, maybe another month..
post #652 of 692
XHTJB-TDT Tijuana is on the air on a test signal period. It´s available on UHF channel 46.
post #653 of 692
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Originally Posted by DrLar View Post

The lowest I've seen is 5, I was expecting channel 2 on July 1st, it didn't happen, maybe another month..

Where is this 5?
post #654 of 692
Channel 5.1 and 5.2 Juarez, Mexico..

MundoFox, spanish version of Fox will be aired on 65.2 on Juarez/El Paso area, officialy announced by Channel 26 this weekend.
post #655 of 692
Most likely what "MP11" is curious about is if any TV stations in Mexico are actually broadcasting on the low VHF band as opposed to identifying themselves as a low VHF station through virtual PSIP IDs. XEJ (5.1 and 5.2) in Juarez actually broadcasts on channel 50 and indeed analog channel 5 continues to occupy the real RF5. Channel 2 in Juarez, XEPM, I believe will be broadcasting on channel 41 in the near future, but again their analog channel 2 will stay on the air. At this time there are no VHF digital channels in Juarez.
post #656 of 692
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Originally Posted by Mister B View Post

Most likely what "MP11" is curious about is if any TV stations in Mexico are actually broadcasting on the low VHF band as opposed to identifying themselves as a low VHF station through virtual PSIP IDs. XEJ (5.1 and 5.2) in Juarez actually broadcasts on channel 50 and indeed analog channel 5 continues to occupy the real RF5. Channel 2 in Juarez, XEPM, I believe will be broadcasting on channel 41 in the near future, but again their analog channel 2 will stay on the air. At this time there are no VHF digital channels in Juarez.

Exactly. The reason I ask is because of TVDXing purposes. Wondering what Mexican cities out there broadcast in digital (RF chs 2-6) that might be reached via e-skip. But it's looking like most are moving to UHF. P.S. I actually catch XEPM-2 "tu canal" and XEJ-5 quite often.
post #657 of 692
Telefutura/Univision station KTCD-CD has been granted a construction permit on channel 25 from Mount Soledad.

http://licensing.fcc.gov/prod/cdbs/pubacc/Auth_Files/1492071.pdf
post #658 of 692
Pretty much lost hope of Channel "5" from Mexico going digital, all olympics they are showing are horrible analog and low power, can't get that channel (56) to decent viewing standards even with power amplified roof antenna..
post #659 of 692
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Originally Posted by sandog View Post

Telefutura/Univision station KTCD-CD has been granted a construction permit on channel 25 from Mount Soledad.
http://licensing.fcc.gov/prod/cdbs/pubacc/Auth_Files/1492071.pdf

KCTD-CD is now on the air broadcasting Univisión HD on virtual channel 17-1 and Telefutura SD at 17-2 on channel 25.

Do you have an idea of what will happen to KDTF-LD 51 (virtual channels 36-1 and 36-2)?
post #660 of 692
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Originally Posted by Nightwalker1973 View Post

KCTD-CD is now on the air broadcasting Univisión HD on virtual channel 17-1 and Telefutura SD at 17-2 on channel 25.
Do you have an idea of what will happen to KDTF-LD 51 (virtual channels 36-1 and 36-2)?

KBNT-LD 51 (36-1,36-2) is a separate channel than KCTD-CD 25. I don't expect any change. If anything it provides Entravision (owner) with a larger coverage area given that one transmitter is on Soledad and the other on San Miguel.
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