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All posts by Briantist

Below are all of Briantist's postings, with the most recent are at the bottom of the page.


Pw69: the system is showing all radio as BELMONT transmitter - DAB: BBC National DAB Radio Weak Signal from 10:03 yesterday to 15:52 yesterday. "I guess this means an ongoing fault...

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... Absolute radio 90s is on selected local multiplexes
Details of Absolute Rad 90s DAB radio station shows them as.Absolute Rad 90s multiplexesBirmingham
Edinburgh
Glasgow
Humberside
Inverness
Lancashire
Leeds
Liverpool
London 1
Manchester
N. Ireland
Sheffield
Tayside
Teesside
Tyne & Wear

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Pw69: the data is supplied direct from Ofcom.

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pw69: There was an error in the colour codes for the Yorkshire Multiplex that was hiding D1 on Belmont, I have fixed it now so you can see all the stations listed. Thanks.

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Made in Teesside
Thursday 19 March 2015 9:04AM

jb38: You put a colon at the end of the URL and that's a valid character as part of the URL.

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Phil/rob: Thanks. It is always good to hear that the work is useful and appreciated!

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George Pow: There will be interruptions to output during the day, which is what "Possible service interruptions [DUK] " is aboutDon't retune. Just check back and see when the service has returned.This is due to essential maintenance.

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Dave Lindsay: yes, that is correct. All the FM and DAB plots are direct from the Ofcom spreadsheet

I have also added new code to do the AM areas too.

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Paul Murphy: Thanks for your post.I've had a good look and it seem to be at one of those knife-edge positions.Sometimes this happens when the postcode (all of it) resolves to a large area. In a city, a postcode can sometimes refer to just one building, or just a few. In rural areas the postcode can be quite a physically large area.You are right, if you use the GPS option on your phone you would get the "right" answer, but the postcode isn't accurate enough.

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