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  • Including some digital/analog amusements -- channel 2 digital is off the air, including sub-channel 2-2, while 2 analog is on.

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  • Okay, one of our network stations has vanished from the digital aether, along with its sub-channel that does 24-hour weather.

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  • Together with DongXiang, we intend to launch a sub-channel dedicated to sportswear on our m18.com website, giving us exposure to the growing online sportswear market in China and also plan to develop a new line of basic style of apparel and accessories.

  • On the WEVV sub-channel 44.2 (My44), the following games will be shown:

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  • Mr Mott said Ten would not treat its new channel as a "sub-channel" of the main Ten signal, since all free-to-air digital multi-channels were effectively equal when consumers were scrolling through digital program guides.

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  • One TDM frame consists of one timeslot per sub-channel.

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  • A sample byte or data block of sub-channel 1 is transmitted during timeslot 1, sub-channel 2 during timeslot 2, etc.

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  • The time domain is divided into several recurrent timeslots of fixed length, one for each sub-channel.

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  • WebFQ. com further allows users to selectively filter out information based on frequencies for locations similar to Radio station or digital television sub-channel selection.

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  • The series is a moderate hit for the late-night Cartoon Network sub-channel, scoring high in the ratings column over the first few weeks of its inception.

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