I'll have to disagree, several Canadian Channels have implemented PSIP to map and mimick their analog channels:
CBLT UHF20 - PSIP 5-1
CBLFT UHF24 - PSIP 25-1
CITY UHF53 - PSIP 57-1
CFTO UHF40 - PSIP 9-1 (Though this seems to change regularly !!)
The OMNIs were mapped for a few days too, but last time I checked a few days ago they were using their actual channel numbers.
In fact I think SunTV is the only (Canadian)one that has never mapped. I think WNED is the only Buffalo area channel (that I can recieve anyway) that has never mapped to it's analog equivelent - though PBS HD is really a different channel from the usual PBS on analog 17, I guess they could put their HD on 17-2 and their SD feed on 17-1. awe heck, that's even more confusing !
Provided the channels come in reliably, I'm happy to let the tuner do it's thing, so long as it works :-)
On November 15, 2006 at 12:18, alebowgm said...
it seems like USA likes to map and Canada doesnt..