UHF channels and centre frequencies

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Table of UHF channels and their centre frequencies. (UK)

Don't confuse Freeview channel numbers with UHF channel numbers. Freeview channel numbers refer to the number you need to select to watch a channel. UHF channel numbers refer to the frequency the service is broadcast on. You generally only need to know UHF channel numbers if you are manually retuning a TV.



UHF Channel Number
Centre frequency (MHz)
21
474
22
482
23
490
24
498
25
506
26
514
27
522
28
530
29
538
30
546
31
554
32
562
33
570
34
578
35
586
36
594
37
602
38
610
39
618
40
626
41
634
42
642
43
650
44
658
45
666
46
674
47
682
48
690
49
698
50
706
51
714
52
722
53
730
54
738
55
746
56
754
57
762
58
770
59
778
60
786
4G at 800 MHz (formerly TV frequencies)
61
794
62
802
63
810
64
818
65
826
66
834
67
842
68
850



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3 comments:

  1. I re-tuned several times my Freeview dependant machines, TV sets, boxes and recorders and in all of them there are lost channels. In my main TV set PBS America for instance appears for 10 minutes or so and it dissapears again...Will this problem be solved? If so, when?

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    1. Me, you, and half of London lost out.

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    2. So now a certain proportion of the mobile using populus could say (loud) in thr bus or train..."I AM ON MY WAY!!!"...Great!

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