New satellite footprints page
A new page has been added to UK Free TV to show the satellite coverage areas - known as footprints - for each of the satellites used to cover the UK.
“Can any freesat box be tuned manually to receive all free Sky channels?
Is the footprint above freesat or sky? Which one are they likely to be lookin” --- Nick
“Arthur Morley: There are suggestions that the true coverage is substantially wider than that footprint plot suggests. However, I wouldnt depend on tha” --- Mike Dimmick
“Shak - This may have been the installer going ahead on their own unless your neighbour actually installed it himself. Alleyways usually constitute com” --- Les Nicol
“I hope they dont turn the BBC HD channel in to BBC Two HD as this will reduce the choice of programs, but...
If they switch the BBC HD channel to BBC” --- Mark A.
“Briantist: Im really not sure how complex the transponders on the satellites are. I believe theyre just relaying the signal fed to them from the groun” --- Mike Dimmick
“Ken Swan - The Ross receiver you have is an FTA - Free to Air box These channels - Dave 5 US are not on Freesat either due to contractual agreements w” --- Les Nicol
Do you mean the Tories will abolish this Pay TV scenario?
” --- Michael
“will wee get our regional BBC1 in hd also” --- Conor
“Briantist: Typo error, Astra 1F is located at 51 degrees East.” --- NottsUK
“You do not tell us what a Freesat HD TV set will do, will it fail?” --- David