Originally Posted by YT2095
correct, there`s no VHF TV now, that was way back in the old days of thermionic valves (vacuum tubes I think the Americans call them).
now all is UHF for terestrial TV broadcasts.
415 and 625 lines I think are the standard protocols used AKA (NTSC and PAL).
although you DO get the occasional Ham Radio TV-DX signal on VHF TV (if you`re lucky enough to still have a working model).
I knew you would have the answer, YT. I remember?, back in those days, the inside of grandma's tv had tubes, and the channels went from 2-13 -- was there a #1? don't recall.