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  1. bench

    bench Guest

    What is the meaning of 'E' as in E2 48.25 C02. I understand that
    as a whole it means that a tv set for pal B/G will consider channel2
    to be 48.25 mhz, but what does the E mean. Is there an official
    site where I can see these standards, I found it here
    but there must be a more official website?

    E2 48.25 C02
    E3 55.25 C03
    E4 62.25 C04
    E5 175.25 C05
    E6 182.25 C06
    E7 189.25 C07
    E8 196.25 C08
    E9 203.25 C09
    E10 210.25 C10
    E11 217.25 C11
    E12 224.25 C12
    IA 53.75 C13
    IB 62.25 C14
    IC 82.25 C15
    ID 175.25 C16
    IE 183.25 C17
    IF 192.75 C18
    IG 201.25 C19
    IH 210.25 C20
    21 471.25 C21
    22 479.25 C22
    23 487.25 C23
    24 495.25 C24
    25 503.25 C25
    26 511.25 C26
    27 519.25 C27
    28 527.25 C28
    29 535.25 C29
    30 543.25 C30
    31 551.25 C31
  2. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    I'm taking a WAG at "Europe", because these aren't US TV channel freq.'s.
    (channel 2 is 54-60 MHz - I don't remember the exact carrier offset.)

  3. bench

    bench Guest

    Thanks for your reply. What is WAG? These channels are from the the link
    at the apple website and include channels for all the countries of the word.
    (see link in original post)
    My question was indeed regarding PAL in Europe, specifically PAL B/G
    (B=VHF, G=UHF) My only question is rather simple actually, what does
    the "E" prefix mean, i.e. if you look at the table that I attached in the
    posting you will find three columns. The middle one is the frequency, the
    3rd one is the channel (i.e "C" for "channel") and the 1st column seems to
    be E2, E3, E4, etc. So basically, why "E", what is "E" ?
  4. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    Wild-Assed Guess. :)
  5. bench

    bench Guest

    Shall we get back to the issue at hand then ?
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