|Being responsive: a better menu||2|
|Satellite TV operators FRANSAT, TIVUSAT and our Freesat launch FreeTV Alliance||3|
|Gregory I have rescanned my freeview box at weekend,||1|
|MikeB J Hamilton: A postcode would have been a help,||2|
|MikeB Andy Davis: My first reply to your qustion stra||3|
|J Hamilton I have just moved to a new house with a sa||4|
|R.E.Bigwood HI, I have been using itv 3 free view re||5|
|jamie Andy Davis: you may have a marginal signal||6|
|Andy Davis Much better today on my DVR-BWT720, still||7|
|jb38 Fred : Stockland Hill at just over 8 miles / 90||8|
|David Pinfold Harry Gorman - I presume you are on the||9|
|jb38 les rigby : Just to clarify, when I referred to||10|
|Freeview reception predicton||1|
|Crystal Palace (Greater London, England) digital TV transmitter||2|
|All free-to-watch channels||3|
|Can I stop paying Sky and use my satellite receiver to get Freeview ?||4|
|Feedback | Feedback||5|
|What can I do when my Sky Digibox says 'No Signal' or 'Technical fault'?||6|
|My ITV/C4 Freeview channels have disappeared - what can I do? Is it my SCART cable?||7|
|My Freeview box has no EPG, is blank on FIVE, ITV3, ITV4, ITV2+1, has no sound or the channel line up is wrong||8|
|Sutton Coldfield (Birmingham, England) digital TV transmitter||9|
|Can I stop paying Sky and use my satellite receiver to get Freeview ?||1|
|My Freeview box has no EPG, is blank on FIVE, ITV3, ITV4, ITV2+1, has no sound or the channel line up is wrong||2|
|What can I do when my Sky Digibox says 'No Signal' or 'Technical fault'?||3|
|Can I use my ex-contract sky digital satellite receiver to get Freeview channels?||4|
|Can I receive British Eurosport for free?||5|
|My Sky box has a "no signal message" - what do I do?||6|
|How do I change the RF output channel on a Sky Digibox?||7|
|My high gain aerial can't get all the Freeview channels I expected||8|
|How can I get Channel 5 on Sky in Ireland?||9|
|How can I watch Channel 4 and five on satellite if I have no card or a free-to-view card?||10|
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Ofcom has estimated it will cost £100m to deal with Freeview users who are located near to the transmitters for the next generation of mobile broadband services, which will use the frequencies (791 to 862 MHz) previously used for analogue television.
Once switchover is complete, over 10 million homes in the UK will use Freeview for their only television reception, and almost all of the remaining 17 million homes will use the terrestrial digital television service on their secondary TV sets.
The signals are provided from two types of transmitter. First there are around 80 high power transmitters located on hills that serve very large areas, such as the Crystal Palace transmitter (4.5 million homes in London), Winter Hill (2.7 million homes in the North West of England) and Sutton Coldfield (1.8 million homes in Birmingham). In addition there will be over 1,000 fill-in Freeview light transmitters, such as Boddam, which serves just 600 homes.
In contrast, the new 4G mobile services will use around 9,000 smaller transmitters located near where the services are required, which follows the current model for mobile phone networks.