RR ConductorNWP RR Inc.,serving NW CAPremium
Redwood Valley, CA
reply to Sammer
Re: What about rural areas served by TV Translators?
said by Sammer:"Low power television stations have the opportunity to seek either an on-channel digital conversion of their existing analog facilities (flash cut) or may construct and operate a second digital companion channel during the remainder of the digital transition. However all low power television stations will be required to decide a single digital channel to continue to operate after the September 1, 2015 transition date" said by RR Conductor:
How would this work in rural areas like ours? We are served by a translator-
They re-transmit in analog and digital, as translators and other low power transmitters are not required to go all digital.
Actually they can remain analog until September 1, 2015, after that date the low power TV transmitters have to be digital.
Good info, thanks!