It was literally the spot where channel 37 was supposed to go—and broadcasters wanted access to that channel. (Today, channel 37 technically can appear as an over-the-air digital channel, but it is usually a so-called “virtual channel,” allowing a network to be positioned there no matter its position in the spectrum.) It is probable that channel 37 operations at Paterson, New Jersey would interfere with observations at Danville to a certain extent. devices that allow for the tracking of patient vitals, like heartbeat, wirelessly) on the same band as channel 37. The tale of channel 37 reflects one thing: Without resistance, a commercial use case will usurp a noncommercial use case for a given resource.