Originally Posted by Nightwalker1973
Now, let´s see if Azteca will broadcast Mexico City´s "XHTVM Proyecto 40", at least, on an open subchannel sometime soon.
Remember that post?
Well, Azteca Tijuana took it´s time but, finally, it´s here. Official announcement via this link: http://www.proyecto40.com/HD/
XHTVM, Mexico City´s Proyecto 40 is available on XHJK-TDT 28-2 and, best of all, they´re broadcasting in 1080i HD. Both RF 28 channels are in 1080i HD but, i don´t know their bandwidht of both signals (28-1 and 28-2).
This new addition answers my question of: "is it possible to broadcast, at least, 2 HD signals on a single RF channel (720p or 1080i)?" Given the limited bandwith with their signal encoders i though that it was not possible.
Can somebody scan these two channels and confirm their bandwidth just to have a better idea of their band management.
For now, this proves that it is possible to broadcast, at least, 2 HD signals on a single RF channel. Let´s hope that Televisa does the same thing for subchannels XETV-TDT 6-2 and XHUAA-TDT 57-2 (XHGC-Televisa 5 and XEQ-Televisa 9 respectively) to upgrade their video scan to 1080i or 720p HD.
We are still waiting for XHBJ-TDT 44 to be on the air sometime soon.Edited by Nightwalker1973 - 11/29/12 at 9:10am