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For a manual retune: how do I convert UHF channel numbers to frequency (MHz)?

Posted November 7, 2016 - Technical FAQs

When products are manually retuned, most require a UHF channel number [link] to be entered [(eg: 21-68)], but some may require the frequency in MHz – similar to the frequency required for a radio station.


1) Enter your postcode into the widget on the right hand side of this page to find out which UHF channel numbers you will need (based on your most likely transmitter.

Digital UK guide to manual retuning

2) Use the converter table  on this page to convert your UHF numbers to MHz.

Convert channel number to frequency

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