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Standard Metro Area Channels

Duplicate channels are not shown in this list

01—One HD 1080i

02—ABC1 SD 576i

03—SBS ONE SD 576i

07—Seven SD 576i

09—Nine SD 576i

10—Ten SD 576i

11—Eleven 576i (Youth-oriented general entertainment channel])

22—ABC2/ABC 4 Kids SD 576i (Children's programming during daytime; general entertainment during nights)

23—ABC3 SD 576i (Children's programming)

24—ABC News 24 720p (No native HD at present)

30—SBS ONE 'HD' 720p (No native HD at present)

32—SBS TWO SD 576i

38—SBS Radio 1

39—SBS Radio 2

44—Community TV 576i (Available only in Sydney (TVS), Melbourne (C31), Brisbane (QCTV), Perth (WTV) and Adelaide (Channel 31) [some services yet to commence])

72—7TWO SD 576i

73—7mate HD 1080i (Male-oriented general entertainment channel)

74—Television 4 (Infomercials and Information) [starts in December] {MPEG-4/H.264 stream—only viewable on some newer decoders}

90—GEM HD 1080i (General Entertainment and Movies)

94—Extra (Informercials and Information)

99—GO! 576i (General entertainment channel)

200—ABC DiG

201—ABC Jazz

Standard Regional Area Channels

Duplicate channels are not shown in this list

In Tasmania, TDT is offered in place of SC10

Some residents in Sydney may also be able to receive the below stations from the Central Coast or Wollongong

02—ABC1 SD 576i

03—SBS ONE SD 576i

05—SC10 SD (Ten) 576i

06—Prime7/GWN7 SD (Seven) 576i

08—NBN/WIN SD (Nine) 576i

22—ABC2/ABC 4 Kids SD 576i (Children's programming during daytime; general entertainment during nights)

23—ABC3 SD (Children's programming) 576i

24—ABC News 24 720p (Future Service)

30—SBS ONE 'HD' 720p (No native HD)

32—SBS TWO SD 576i

38—SBS Radio 1

39—SBS Radio 2

50—One HD 1080i

55—Eleven 576i (Youth-oriented general entertainment channel)

62—7TWO 576i

63—7mate HD 1080i (Male-oriented general entertainment channel)

64—Television 4 (Infomercials and Information)

80—GEM HD 1080i (General Entertainment and Movies)

84—Extra (Informercials and Information) [Not available in all markets]

88—GO! 576i (General entertainment channel)

200—ABC DiG

201—ABC Jazz

Duplicate Channels

1/12—One HD (12 can be deleted)

3/33/34—SBS (33 and 34 can be deleted)

2/21/23—ABC SD (21 and 23 can be deleted)

6/60/61—Prime7 SD (60 & 61 can be deleted)

7/71—Seven SD (71 can be deleted)

Notes

*When multichanneling occurs, the LCNs listed under duplicate channels will be used, some STBs and most TV tuner cards will require a rescan to receive additional services.

Glossary

SD: Standard Definition. (Usually 704x576i or 720x576i)

HD: High Definition.

LCN: Logical Channel Number, the channel numbers that appear on your STB, computer tuner cards may ignore LCNs and assign channel numbers as they wish.

576i: A resolution (generally) of 704x576 or 720x576 interlaced.

576p: A resolution of 720x576 progressive scan.

720p: A resolution of 1280x720 progressive scan.

1080i: A resolution of 1440x1080 or 1920x1080 interlaced. (N.B. Most [properly converted] film-based content is shown in 1080PsF [progressive segmented frame] on the 1080i stream and can be deinterlaced into 1080p on compatible TV sets.)

Guide: A channel showing what's on TV.

Last Updated: 20120402—Nine Extra

Edited by BlueDusk

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Thanks for a useful list. I am now trying to decide which ones to mark as skipped in my STB. Many of these channels appear to be broadcasting the same material, eg TEN, TEN 1, TEN 2, etc. But maybe they don't do this all the time? Is there a definitive list of the channels with distinctly different content?

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Thanks for a useful list. I am now trying to decide which ones to mark as skipped in my STB. Many of these channels appear to be broadcasting the same material, eg TEN, TEN 1, TEN 2, etc. But maybe they don't do this all the time? Is there a definitive list of the channels with distinctly different content?

If there are no sporting special events on, the non-duplicate channels for Sydney are: (If you are in another metro market, simply ignore the services starting with 4)

1. Ten

2. ABC

3. SBS

4. Combined FTA VPG

7. Seven

9. Nine

11. Ten VPG

12. Ten HD

20. ABC HD

30. SBS HD

31. SBS EPG

33. SBS World News

38. SBS Radio 1

39. SBS Radio 2

40. Digital 44

41: ABC News/Weather/Sport

45: NSW Government

46: Australian Christian Channel

48: TAB

49: Expo

70: Seven HD

77: Seven VPG

90: Nine HD

99: Nine VPG

200: ABC DiG Radio

401: Federal House of Reps

402: Federal Senate

403: House of Reps Main Committee

404: Fed Com 1

405: Fed Com 2

406: Fed Com 3

407: Fed Com 4

When special events are on, these also show non-duplicate content:

31: SBS Multiview (Uses the EPG channel)

71: Seven Statistics

91: Nine Multiview

Where duplicate channels exist, the one with the lowest LCN is shown on the above list. :blink:

In standard tri-commercial regional areas:

2. ABC

3. SBS

5. SC10/Tasmanian Digital

6. SCX/Prime/GWN (WA)

8. WIN/NBN

20. ABC HD

30. SBS HD

31. SBS EPG

33. SBS World News

38. SBS Radio 1

39. SBS Radio 2

80. WIN/NBN HD

When special events are on:

31. Becomes SBS Multiview

60. Prime Multiview 1

61. Prime Multiview 2

80. Becomes WIN/NBN Multiview

Winston,

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01 - TEN

02 - ABC

03 - SBS

05 - SC10 and TDT

06 - Prime/GWN and SX Tasmania

07 - Seven

08 - WIN and NBN

09 - Nine

11 - TEN Guide

12 - TEN HD

20 - ABC HD

30 - SBS HD

31 - SBS PRG

33 - SBS Digital 2

38 - SBS FM

39 - SBS AM

70 - 7 HD Digital

77 - Seven PRG

80 - WIN HD and NBN HD

90 - Nine HD Digital

91 - Nine MV1

99 - Nine Guide

This is of course not including D44

edit: Damm winston, you must if got in a spofteenth of a second before me

Edited by datvman

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I've updated the list adding screenshots to many of the channels, replaced 'EPG' with 'VPG', added LCN 77 (7 VPG) & 46 (ACC).

Winston,

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@Rochford

I'd add those, but checked just then, and no edit privs right now. Need to modify for D44 as well so we'll see when Coral adds this to the 'edit exclusion zone' for a lack of a better phrase. :P

Winston,

@Kenneth

It was on during a BBC programme on the ABC :blink:.

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where the heck are these from

You may safely ignore those lol, they're both off the ABC.

Winston,

But what was the BBC test pattern doing on ABC?

I'm guessing it was from a Basil Brush episode :blink:

Evan :->

Ha Ha Ha Ha. Boom Boom

Sorry, I had to add that.

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Hi Bacco, just a few observations :blink:

047 is currently the same as 40/44 however on a different encoder and has an APID.

100 is also the TEN EPG (VPG) rather than their normal SD service.

I've never received SBS Digital 3 or TEN Digital 4.

Winston, :P

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winston what do you mean by NBN MV1 IS CHANNEL 8x i have a dvb 300 and

recive

nbn digital channel 8,

nbn hd channel 80 ,

nbn digital 2 channel 81 (used for multi-view of election)

so which one is nbn mv1

'i'm not sure but they are normally oppersites of channel 9"

e.g.

nine digital channel 9

nine hd channel 90

nine mv1 channel 91.

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Hi Jaybonzi,

I put 8x cause I didn't have any info on NBN and I just had to guess it, 'NBN Digital 2' is what I meant by 'NBN MV1' and I'll change it to the correct name & LCN now.

Winston,

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Hi Jaybonzi,

I put 8x cause I didn't have any info on NBN and I just had to guess it, 'NBN Digital 2' is what I meant by 'NBN MV1' and I'll change it to the correct name & LCN now.

Winston,

thanks winston i apriciate it very much

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Its a bit rude that Canberra viewers don't get the Parliamentary channels - then again we have to put up with the a-holes in person so do we really need to see them on TV?

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