LindaMannheim: RT @SimonOkotie: London 2050: a tube map for the future http://t.co/QjXKOBKAEQ by @briantist via @lonrec. http://t.co/8bLxWTLYSQ _scubatiger: @SimonOkotie @Briantist @lonrec Tube map for 2050? I thought we would be flying by that time... SimonOkotie: London 2050: a tube map for the future http://t.co/QjXKOBKAEQ by @briantist via @lonrec. http://t.co/8bLxWTLYSQ Briantist: Read this! You know you want to... is out! http://t.co/iZRMlAut0g SmartRailNews: What will the London Underground map look like in 2050? Click http://t.co/ziANlmRa5G and @Briantist will show you what he thinks! rsdworker: @Briantist hey - the your designed tube map has some step free stations missing example - Kilurn station has lift already Briantist: Read this! You know you want to... is out! http://t.co/I2KcrfovOv Briantist: Read this! You know you want to... is out! http://t.co/I2KcrfovOv Stories via @boomerangomics hanlemic: @Briantist Hi Brian a quick thank you for your Herculean efforts with the 2050 TfL map over the past few weeks! andrewgee: Incredible. A London 2050 tube map, made by @Briantist. http://t.co/QqAZTDcbTj
"The decision has now been taken to reallocate spectrum at 600 MHz for
additional terrestrial television broadcast services and OFCOM is tasked
with the preparatory work leading up to the auction of this spectrum."
September 2011 - Arqiva Reference Offer prepared for OFCOM
Q2 2012 - Government holds Spectrum Auction
Q3 2012 new licences issued
Q3 2016 - Arqiva antenna works completed at Main Stations
George Buchanan: It's not really offensive, just inaccurate, "gobbledegook" means "jargon", not "foreign".
It reminds me of when I was in Athens looking at the ancient amphitheatre and some loud-mouthed American was going on about "decoding" the wording - it wasn't encoded information, it was just Ancient Greek and required either reading or translation.
I get high signal strength and quality on all digitalchannels except channel 42 ( most ITV stations,4,5 and all other stations within Channel 42) On Channel 42 stations I rarely get any picture except when the weather is bad with low pressure prevailing and even then the picture quality is not reliable.
The analogue stations are not affected.
My Post Code is CT14 8HG. Why are Channel 42 stations the only ones affected in this way.?
Scott: Whilst the recognised frequency range for a group C/D aerial is C48 to C68, in practice C37 would still be received with an acceptable signal strength unless it was in a poor signal area. Many viewers to the Walthamtransmitter watched Channel Five on C35 using their original group C/D aerials without difficulty, in some cases, because the propagation was better on the lower frequencies, the reception on Channel Five was better than that on BBC2 on C64!
Briantist: Did you ever see Arqiva's study on possible multiplexes 7 and 8 using the DDR frequencies? You might have missed it, as it is entitled "Ch 21 to 60: Creation of Layers 7 and 8 in released Spectrum".