Yesterday, the FCC approved a Channel 51 transition in Denver, CO. The movement of this TV station from Channel 51 to Channel 26, will eliminate the adjacent channel interference risk to T-Mobile's 700MHz A-Block spectrum in Denver. Below is a listing of the currently filed Channel 51 transitions. Each of the Daily Digest dates is linked to the filed information.
|Final Daily Digest ||Initial Daily Digest || Market
||Call Sign ||Current Channel ||Proposed Channel |
| ||12/13/2013 ||Oklahoma City, OK ||KSBI(TV) || 51 || 23 |
| ||9/4/2014 ||Rome, GA ||WPXA(TV) || 51 || 31 |
| ||9/4/2014 ||Kansas City, MO ||KPXE-TV || 51 || 30 |
| ||9/18/2014 ||Dayton, OH ||WKEF(TV) || 51 || 18 |
|12/16/2014 ||10/17/2014 ||Denver, CO ||KCEC(TV) || 51 || 26 |
| ||12/8/2014 ||Longview, TX ||KCEB || 51 || 26 |
Our Spectrum Ownership Analysis Tool has incorporated the Channel 51 interference issue into our Spectrum Grid module. From this module, you can see the 700MHz A-Block owner and an indication of whether Channel 51 is licensed in that particular county. Green highlights over the Channel 51 callsign indicate that a transition plan has been approved, yellow highlights indicate that a transition plan has been filed, and red highlights indicate the markets where interference issues will persist.