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Whitehawk Hill (Brighton and Hove, England) DAB transmitter

sa_gmapsGoogle mapsa_bingBing mapsa_gearthGoogle Earthsa_gps50.825,-0.113 or 50°49'29"N 0°6'47"W


The coloured area on the map represents the locations where DAB reception should be possible in a car, or using a DAB receiver where the aerial is above ground-floor level. Inside the area with the thick coloured line, indoor domestic reception even at ground level should be highly reliable. However, the coverage area shown is the official radiation pattern, the actual terrain and receiver aerial position will affect reception reliability.

This transmitter has no current reported problems

The BBC and Digital UK report there are no faults or engineering work on the Whitehawk Hill (Brighton and Hove, England) transmitter. Click to recheck [+] 

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Richard Davis
Friday 12 August 2011 3:02PM

Hi, Brian -

I notice you list the power of the D1 MPX from Whitehawk Hill as being 500W. The RLG (which, admittedly, is at least 6 months out of date) gives it as 200W. Has the power been increased?

Briantist
Friday 12 August 2011 6:49PM

Richard Davis: The figures are from the official Ofcom source, <img src="data:image/png;base64,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" class="xico" style="vertical-align:text-bottom" alt="stakeholders.ofcom.org.uk link icon" link iconOfcom | Tech Parameters . As Ofcom licence Digital One, their information should be correct.

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Noel Thomas
Monday 23 December 2013 1:10PM

Your DAB coverage for the Whitehawk Brighton transmitter is wildly over optimistic, to say the least. It only provides a usable signal to the north of the south downs in a very few locations

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