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Comment by evonne. on January 22, 2014 at 6:12am

 this is worth investigating,changing the frequencies to me means what???? more dulling down of the population from the cabal????? very suspicous to me. 

The retune is coming

digitalwidescreenBy the end of 2013 all free-to-air television in Australia will be digital-only — but that’s not quite the end of our transition to digital television.

Coming up is the retune!

As analogue television is switched off in each area the broadcast spectrum will be re-organised, or ‘re-stacked’, to make better use of the frequencies available by grouping together channels in each broadcast area (instead of having them spread across the VHF and UHF bands as often happens now) and to vacate any broadcasts from UHF channels 52 to 69.

The broadcast spectrum currently assigned to channels 52 to 69 will then be made available for other non-broadcast uses.

The retune does not affect viewers watching digital TV via the Viewer Access Satellite Television (VAST) system.

The retune begins in May, starting in Adelaide (3 May), and is due to be completed across approximately 450 transmitter sites Australia-wide by the end of 2014.

In the case of Adelaide the only broadcasters to be affected by the retune are SBS and community TV 44Adelaide.  Local digital transmissions from Mount Lofty for ABC, Seven, Nine and Ten will not be affected.

For the other major capital cities, Sydney is scheduled for retune on 18 March 2014 , Melbourne on 7 February 10 March 2014,  Brisbane on 27 June 2013 and Perth on 17 May 2013.  Different dates may apply for those receiving digital TV from translator sites within those cities.

Viewers affected by the retune will not need to buy a new set but may need to re-scan their digital TV tuners and recorders on or after the retune date (not before) to retrieve any channels lost in the retune.

In some instances broadcasters will have the ability to simulcast on both old and new frequencies leading up to the retune date, but most frequency changes will be instantaneous.

For more information on the retune and to find out if or when any of your broadcast frequencies are being changed, refer to the Australian Government’s  Digital Ready website.

Source: DBCDE

Comment by evonne. on July 26, 2013 at 11:13am

dear Gailene,love the pics you posted,thankyou for adding them,love,light,blessings eve.

Comment by Jai459 on June 29, 2013 at 7:36am

G'day blokes and sheila's LOL :) Love the post Eve... how bloody true haha... I'll say hi to everyone eventually and hit ya up for friendships over the next week or two... Cheers 

Comment by evonne. on June 3, 2013 at 10:10am

dear Frenzy,glad you liked the pic,i just love our ozzie slang on it,servo,arvo,rego,etc,yep thats us ozzies to a T.blessings eve.

Comment by evonne. on June 3, 2013 at 6:43am

Hello everyone, i saw this image on facebook today,and thought to add it to the group here,it put a smile on my face,blessings eve.

Comment by evonne. on April 27, 2013 at 7:12am

So many beautiful creatures great and small in the land of OZ.

Comment by evonne. on April 27, 2013 at 12:40am

hi Gailene,sending you many blessings from the border of Vic,and N,S,Wales of OZ,blessings to you eve.

Comment by Moanna on April 2, 2013 at 10:21am

Thanks Anthony, that's Barron Falls xx

Comment by Moanna on March 29, 2013 at 11:23pm

Hello fellow Aussies :) is there anyone in Cairns? It's a peaceful misty day here, dogs snoring on the bed.. Have a good weekend guys :)


Comment by evonne. on February 21, 2013 at 12:30am

dear Daisy, thankyou for your comment,and glad you liked the images,where i live(rureal area)is very hot weather every day,in the 30s,we have not had any decent rainfall since before xmas,and it is the hottest summer we have had in the 14 years that i have lived here with my hubby,if God willing,i am hoping to move to the other side of melbourne in the future,closer to the coastal suburbs,where i can go outside,and breath in the beautiful elements of the sea air,and also to experience some respite from the hot weather from time to time,as we dont have any respite from it where i presently live.blessings eve.


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