List of historical TFO transmitters

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This is a list of former transmitters broadcasting TFO in the Canadian province of Ontario. On July 31, 2012, TFO shut down its over the air analog transmitters; many of these broadcast from towers owned by former sister network TVOntario, which closed down and decommissioned all its analogue transmitters on that day.[1]

Station City of licence Analog channel Digital channel ERP HAAT Transmitter Coordinates CRTC Decision Notes
CHLF-TV-1 Sudbury 25 (UHF) 20 282.5 kW 171.9 m 46°25′29″N 81°0′53″W / 46.42472°N 81.01472°W / 46.42472; -81.01472 (CHLF-TV-1)
Fatal error: The format of the coordinate could not be determined. Parsing failed.


87-737 First transmitter, launched January 1, 1987 as CISF-TV-1
CHLF-TV-2 Hawkesbury 39 (UHF) 31 10 kW 100 m 45°30′7″N 74°41′16″W / 45.50194°N 74.68778°W / 45.50194; -74.68778 (CHLF-TV-2)
Fatal error: The format of the coordinate could not be determined. Parsing failed.


87-737 Put into service on March 1, 1989 as CHLF-TV
CHLF-TV-3 Evanturel 22 (UHF) 0.02 kW NA 47°47′55″N 79°49′18″W / 47.79861°N 79.82167°W / 47.79861; -79.82167 (CHLF-TV-3)
Fatal error: The format of the coordinate could not be determined. Parsing failed.


90-266 near Englehart
CHLF-TV-4 Harris 16 (UHF) 0.02 kW NA 47°31′1″N 79°36′33″W / 47.51694°N 79.60917°W / 47.51694; -79.60917 (CHLF-TV-4)
Fatal error: The format of the coordinate could not be determined. Parsing failed.


90-267 near Temiskaming Shores
CHLF-TV-5 Hawk Junction 19 (UHF) 0.02 kW NA 48°5′16″N 84°33′43″W / 48.08778°N 84.56194°W / 48.08778; -84.56194 (CHLF-TV-5)
Fatal error: The format of the coordinate could not be determined. Parsing failed.


90-268
CHLF-TV-6 Lac-Sainte-Thérèse 32 (UHF) 0.02 kW NA 49°47′30″N 83°39′10″W / 49.79167°N 83.65278°W / 49.79167; -83.65278 (CHLF-TV-6)
Fatal error: The format of the coordinate could not be determined. Parsing failed.


90-269
CHLF-TV-7 Mishkeegogamang 20 (UHF) 0.02 kW NA 51°13′57″N 90°14′1″W / 51.23250°N 90.23361°W / 51.23250; -90.23361 (CHLF-TV-7)
Fatal error: The format of the coordinate could not be determined. Parsing failed.


90-270
CHLF-TV-9 Brethour 26 (UHF) 0.02 kW NA 47°42′34″N 79°34′1″W / 47.70944°N 79.56694°W / 47.70944; -79.56694 (CHLF-TV-9)
Fatal error: The format of the coordinate could not be determined. Parsing failed.


90-264
CHLF-TV-10 Longlac 17 (UHF) 0.04 kW NA 49°46′38″N 86°31′41″W / 49.77722°N 86.52806°W / 49.77722; -86.52806 (CHLF-TV-10)
Fatal error: The format of the coordinate could not be determined. Parsing failed.


90-931
CHLF-TV-12 Summer Beaver 11 (VHF) 0.005 kW NA 52°45′1″N 88°30′48″W / 52.75028°N 88.51333°W / 52.75028; -88.51333 (CHLF-TV-12)
Fatal error: The format of the coordinate could not be determined. Parsing failed.


91-2
CHLF-TV-13 Pembroke 17 (UHF) 39 113.8 kW 188 m 45°50′2″N 77°9′49″W / 45.83389°N 77.16361°W / 45.83389; -77.16361 (CHLF-TV-13)
Fatal error: The format of the coordinate could not be determined. Parsing failed.


91-290
CHLF-TV-14 Kirby's Corner 51 (UHF) 0.04 kW NA 46°42′49″N 84°16′39″W / 46.71361°N 84.27750°W / 46.71361; -84.27750 (CHLF-TV-14)
Fatal error: The format of the coordinate could not be determined. Parsing failed.


91-846
CHLF-TV-15 Kaboni 28 (UHF) 0.04 kW NA 45°40′15″N 81°45′31″W / 45.67083°N 81.75861°W / 45.67083; -81.75861 (CHLF-TV-15)
Fatal error: The format of the coordinate could not be determined. Parsing failed.


92-295
CHLF-TV-16 Val Rita 28 (UHF) 0.02 kW NA 49°26′47″N 82°32′19″W / 49.44639°N 82.53861°W / 49.44639; -82.53861 (CHLF-TV-16)
Fatal error: The format of the coordinate could not be determined. Parsing failed.


95-789
CHLF-TV-18 Nakina 9 (VHF) 0.01 kW NA 50°10′43″N 86°42′23″W / 50.17861°N 86.70639°W / 50.17861; -86.70639 (CHLF-TV-18)
Fatal error: The format of the coordinate could not be determined. Parsing failed.


99-463

TFO also previously broadcast on CHLF-TV-8 channel 28 in Sultan,[2] CHLF-TV-11 channel 17 in Oba,[3] and CHLF-TV-17 channel 22 in Jogues; these were taken out of service in 2007 as part of the transfer of TFO to its own management.[4]

References[edit]

  1. Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2012-413, TFO (CHLF-TV Toronto) – Licence amendment to remove a number of analog transmitters, CRTC, July 27, 2012
  2. Decision CRTC 90-271
  3. Decision CRTC 91-2
  4. Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2007-208, CHLF-TV Toronto - Acquisition of assets, CRTC, June 28, 2007

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