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  • spunker88
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    There is also the REC, which has that kind of info on US and Canadian stations:
    http://www.recnet.com/cdbs/fmq.php

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  • NN2E
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    Thank you, Michael.
    73, Ed NN2E
    Owner / Operator - Murphy's Law Test Site & Thunderstorm Proving Grounds

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  • Michael-NJ
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    http://www.dxfm.com/

    Canadian TV listings: http://www.dxfm.com/Database/TV%20CAN.zip

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  • project
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    Originally posted by Robert Grant View Post
    I remember several months ago using an internet database of Canadian TV transmitters that was VERY detailed, it had call, city, power levels, and transmitter sites in both lat/lon and Maidenhead (ham radio) gridsquares.

    Now that I really need it, I can't seem to find it. Anyone out there knows if it is still around and where I can find it?

    Rob
    check out tvfool it may help.

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    Seemingly lost Canada TV database

    I remember several months ago using an internet database of Canadian TV transmitters that was VERY detailed, it had call, city, power levels, and transmitter sites in both lat/lon and Maidenhead (ham radio) gridsquares.

    Now that I really need it, I can't seem to find it. Anyone out there knows if it is still around and where I can find it?

    Rob
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