Yes, really true. Examples for DVB-T in Germany:
> Hamburg CH09 (205.5)
> Hannover/Braunschweig CH08 (198.5)
> Berlin C05 (177.5) and CH07 (191.5)
> Frankfurt CH08 (198.5)
> München (Munich) CH10 (212.5)
and some other cities more.
Due to several TV-Standards in the world with different sections of frequencies and bandwidth, it will be the best idea to implement the bandwith of channels in the corresponding INI-files.
E.g. take a look at ProgDVB-INIs:
;Position = Channelname,Frequency(KHz),Inversion(0,1),0,Bandwidth (7MHz=1, 8MHz=2)
If you need more information about TV-Standars, frequencies and bandwith in Europe, let me know.
If you are interested to implement INI-Files for different German DVB-T-areas, let me know also.
Additional to this:
I also have actual INIs for DVB-S for several satellites covering europe.
Visit the german DD-Forum: www.dvbdream.de
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