Quite the opposite. They are taking away UHF space, so a lot of channels are moving back to VHF (some even into VHF-Lo, in Los Angeles actually every VHF-Lo channel is now assigned). And to top it off, some channels don't even have an available channel to move to so they will now be "guest" channels on another channel (yet they will still be paying their full license fee because... um... I dunno). So those channels hosting a guest channel will now be sharing their available bandwidth which means their HD feeds will have lower bitrates and thus worse picture quality.So experts..what is the FCC repack all about? Is it to refurb some
towers to move channels into the UHF band with less power output?
But at least some people in some random place who knows were will now get much better coverage on T-Mobile... well when they buy a new phone that supports the proper band (and I say this as someone who uses T-Mobile).