Wednesday, December 19, 2012

VHF-Low TV in Canada

With word of the closure of an FM and two VHF-TV transmitters in western Newfoundland... it may be time to repeat a list of VHF low-band TV transmitters still operating in Canada. Here are the analog transmitters. Stations in bold face are owned by Global, which has announced these transmitters will be converted to digital by 2016. Those in italics are NTV stations which will be closed at some undetermined future date.
Ch Calls     Pr City                  ERP/ HAAT
2 CFCN-TV-16 AB Oyen                  540/  111
2 CFGC-TV-2  ON North Bay           3,400/   90
2 CFRN-TV-5  AB Lac La Biche        2,130/  104
2 CHBX-TV    ON Sault Ste. Marie  100,000/  183
2 CIII-TV-2  ON Bancroft          100,000/  390
2 CJCH-TV-5  NS Sheet Harbour         480/   71
2 CJOX-TV-1  NL Grand Bank          4,670/  117
2 CKBQ-TV    SK Melfort            11,500/  150
2 CKCO-TV-2  ON Wiarton           100,000/  286
2 CKND-TV-2  MB Minnedosa         100,000/  396
2 CKPG-TV    BC Prince George       8,300/  330
3 CFQC-TV-1  SK Stranraer         100,000/  268
3 CFRN-TV-2  AB Peace River         2,400/  170
3 CFTK-TV    BC Terrace             7,600/  454
3 CICI-TV-1  ON Elliot Lake        19,000/  123
3 CISA-TV-1  AB Burmis                225/  128
3 CITM-TV    BC 100 Mile House        720/  584
3 CITO-TV    ON Timmins            72,400/  148
3 CJCB-TV-6  NS Port Hawkesbury     5,600/   90
3 CJOM-TV    NL Argentia            2,178/  129
3 CKKM-TV    BC Oliver/Osoyoos        930/  954
3 CKLT-TV-1  NB Florenceville      19,000/  195
3 CKRN-TV-3  QC Bearn/Fabre         3,640/  166
3 CKTN-TV-3  BC Nelson                135/ -569
4 CFJC-TV    BC Kamloops            3,700/  153
4 CFRN-TV-9  AB Slave Lake            320/  336
4 CHAT-TV-1  AB Pivot               2,750/  191
4 CIII-TV-4  ON Owen Sound         20,600/  131
4 CITO-TV-3  ON Hearst              3,320/  165
4 CJCB-TV    NS Sydney            100,000/   98
4 CJCN-TV    NL Grand Falls        55,000/  183 
4 CKEM-TV-1  AB Red Deer            3,480/  230
4 CKYB-TV    MB Brandon            54,700/  407
5 CFCN-TV-4  AB Burmis                382/  334
5 CFCN-TV-9  BC Cranbrook             116/1,040
5 CFER-TV-2  QC Sept-Iles          23,000/  284
5 CFJC-TV-6  BC 100 Mile House        980/  570
5 CH4467     BC Ootsa Lake            100/  275
5 CHRO-TV    ON Pembroke          100,000/  163
5 CICI-TV    ON Sudbury           100,000/  324
5 CJDC-TV    BC Dawson Creek        5,000/  313
5 CKCW-TV-2  PE St. Edward            470/  104
6 CFQC-TV-2  SK North Battleford   16,800/  178
6 CFTK-TV-1  BC Prince Rupert       1,250/  594
6 CHAT-TV    AB Medicine Hat       30,000/  203
6 CJCB-TV-1  NS Inverness           9,400/  310
6 CJCH-TV-6  NS Caledonia          51,500/  193
6 CJOH-TV-6  ON Deseronto          55,500/  205
6 CKCK-TV-2  SK Willow Bunch       27,100/  263
And a handful of digital ones:
Ch Calls     Pr City                  ERP/ HAAT
2 CKPR-DT    ON Thunder Bay         1,200/  366
2 CKSA-DT    AB Lloydminster        8,100/  221
3 CHAU-DT-1  QC Ste. Marguerite       522/  200
4 CFTF-DT-4  QC Forestville         1,115/  124
4 CHAU-DT-7  QC Riviere-au-Renard     300/  228
4 CHFD-DT    ON Thunder Bay         1,200/  366
4 CIMT-DT-1  NB Edmundston          1,062/  117
4 CITL-DT    SK Lloydminster        9,100/  221
5 CHAU-DT    QC Carleton            5,560/  483
6 CIII-DT    ON Paris               4,000/  311 (going to ch. 17?)
6 CIII-DT-6  ON Ottawa                650/  261 (going to ch. 14?)

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