WKNO MEMPHIS, TN

Display
Channel
Physical
Channel
VideoAudioCall Sign       Network/Programming   NicknameNotes
10-1 29.11080iDD2.0 SAP Audio IconWKNO HDPBS "WKNO" 
10-229.2480i (w)DD2.0 SAP Audio IconWKNO SDPBS Encore "WKNO 2" 
10-329.3480i (w)DD2.0 SAP Audio IconKNO KIDPBS Kids 24/7  

Technical Data

FAC-ID: 42061 
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DTV-LIC:
Granted
Channel 29 Longley-Rice coverage map available. MEMPHIS, TN
BLEDT-20060627ABE (a09b91de486749ab8a47cf6212b6c0ea) - App
1051' 835 kW ND (H)
(47.09 kW + 12.49 dB gain = 835 kW ERP)
61.4 mile contour / 11829.5 sq. mi. area / Est. Pop. 1,648,836
1021' AGL; 1356' AMSL; (1054292)
0.75° Elec Beam Tilt; Full Service Filter
Dielectric TUV-32GTH/13HV-R O6/O3
NAD83: N 35° 9' 16", W 89° 49' 20" (35.154444, -89.822222)
  TSID: 2707 (0x0A93)

  TSReader Data: HTML Export (11/11/2017)   
  Bitrate Allocation: Variable

Digital
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VideoDimensionsAspect
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Video
PID
Video
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PCR
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Audio
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Audio
PID
Audio
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29.110-1WKNO HD10x00301080i1920x108016:90x003110.9 ‑ 12.30x0031DD2.00x0033384kbps
29.210-2WKNO SD20x0040480i704x48016:90x00413.05 ‑ 4.450x0041DD2.00x0043192kbps
29.310-3KNO KID30x0050480i704x48016:90x00512.1Mbps0x0051DD2.00x0053192kbps

Ownership, Repack, Historical, and Translator Data

LicenseeMID-SOUTH PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS FOUNDATION
DTV Transition: 
Certification Analog channel 10. Digital channel 29.
Elected Round 1  : Elected channel 29. (Approved)
Final Channel Channel 29.
Last Analog: 
Channel 10  :  1063' 316 kW ND
Call Sign History:
  WKNO    
Station has no translators.

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