This is Chorus in Limerick anyway:
Name Freq. (MHz) Ch. Pinn Pana ===================================================== RTÉ One 175.2500 D 4 5 RTÉ Two 199.2500 G 7 8 TV3 263.2500 S16 95 TG4 231.2500 S11 90 BBC1 191.2500 F 6 7 BBC2 271.2500 S17 96 UTV 183.2500 E 5 17 Channel 4 207.2500 H 8 10 Sky One 215.2500 I 9 11 Sky News 295.2500 S20 99 E4 247.2500 S13 92 Eurosport 311.2500 S22 H:22 Discovery* 255.2500 S14 93 Paramount** 303.2500 S20 H:21 Channel 6 391.2500 S32 H:32 At The Races 441.2500 S38 H:38 Chorus Sports 223.2500 J ?? 12 Colour Bars*** 455.2500 S40 H:40
**Nickelodeon 6am-7pm (just like the old analogue Sky days )
***There's been just colour bars on this channel for at least 6 years. At some stage it had the audio from Sky Premiere (back when that existed).
Ch. = Band III channel letters. AFAIK there's no standard channel frequencies for hyperband in this country, and I dunno if the above correspond to any European standard.
Pinn = Channel numbers from Pinnacle PCTV Vision (crap software that came with my TV card)
Pana = Channel readings from my Panasonic TV
The "channels" on DScaler don't seem to correlate to anything
There are some encrypted channels as well, but I don't know what's on what. BBC2 and Eurosport were previously on VHF Band I until last year, allegedly moved to introduce their broadband service - does that generally use Band I? The reception on those two were shyte anyway.