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Mike Clarke Thursday 2 February 2012 11:52PM Leighton Buzzard
We have freeview freeze and audio stoccato on channels 10;16;23;27;31;38;39;44;93 & 194. We have had this very occasionally in the past but of late has been constant these last 14 days or so. We are tuned to London not Anglia and get all BBC channels OK. We have re-programmed to no avail. Do the above all come from the same transmitter? I think our signal comes from Oxford ?
Mike Clarke: Freeviewservices are broadcast as part of multiplexes or baskets that carry a number of services. So if, for example, BBC One is poor, then it would be expected that BBC Two is exactly the same. There are six multiplexes (including the HD one) and the services you have referred to all come from the same multiplex: SDN.
Oxford transmits Central programming. If you are receiving from Oxford, then you should be aware that its commercial multiplexes, which includes SDN, are on low power until 18th April.
If, one the other hand, you are receiving London programming, then it must be coming from Crystal Palace which is in the opposite direction to Oxford. The predictor does suggest that SDN from Crystal Palace might not be as good as the others, so perhaps that explains it.
Either way, the strength of the signal is not as great as it will be when everything has switched over, so it is worth bearing in mind that this could be the source of your problem.
Richard Walker Saturday 4 February 2012 10:18AM Coulsdon
Looking at the Cane hill transmitter coverage, there is no yellow area on the map! Only green. Does this mean that for everyone that is within reach of the Cane hill transmitter, there is a stronger signal from a different transmitter? If so, what's the point of Cane hill?
david dry: The BBC reception report states that there are no reported problems on Sandy Heath at present. Do you have a build up of snow on your aerial, or on the roof if using a loft aerial? If so, this could be causing your low signal strength.