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Is there a list of countries that really use VHF low band for digital TV transmission?

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Is there a list of countries that really use Vhf low band for digital TV frequency ranges? "45 to 88 MHz"

Please list modulation scheme like ATSC 1.0, 3.0, DVB-T, T-2, and any other formats.

This will be used for TV DXing via E-skips, F2 and TEP.

F2 layer, will improve over next 6 years to come thanks to new sunspots cycle 25 for extreme TV DXing!馃槑馃榿

Thanks!

73's N5XZS 馃枛
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This might get you started:

Television channel frequencies - Wikipedia
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I don't know about other countries but Detroit has a low power RF 3 station that few people can get. Better have some large VHF elements for that one. Here it is from my Rabbit Ears Analysis... There's also a 5 and 6 in the Toledo area.

3鈥1 (3)​
WHNE-LDINDDETROIT
MI​
13.8
318.5掳​
326掳​
60.19 Poor​
32.19​

40鈥1 (5)​
WLMBRELTOLEDO
OH​
65
234.3掳​
241.8掳​
32.05 Bad​
4.05​

23鈥1 (6)​
WDMY-LPHSNTOLEDO
OH​
65
234.3掳​
241.8掳​
24.55 Bad​
-3.45​
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Is there a list of countries that really use Vhf low band for digital TV frequency ranges? "45 to 88 MHz"

Please list modulation scheme like ATSC 1.0, 3.0, DVB-T, T-2, and any other formats.

This will be used for TV DXing via E-skips, F2 and TEP.

F2 layer, will improve over next 6 years to come thanks to new sunspots cycle 25 for extreme TV DXing!馃槑馃榿

Thanks!

73's N5XZS 馃枛
WGGN-52 is on RF3 licensed to Sandusky, OH (about 60 miles west of Cleveland) but the transmitter is in New London, OH:

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