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I have added information to the UK Free TV database to cover the so-called mini-multiplex that will carry three Irish channels, TG4, RTE1 and RTE2 in a very special multiplex from three transmitters in Northern Ireland.
However, you will not be able to view these services using a standard-definition Freeviewreceiver - a Freeview HD box or set will be required. It is not known at this time if the NIMM will carry RTE2 in HD, as per the Saorview service. TG4 and RTE1 are broadcast in standard definition at the moment.
Briantist, Whilst in an earlier post you mention that the aerial group of the Black Mountaintransmitter is group B, this refers to the low power (and low down the mast) DivisRelay which covers the area where Black Mountain shadows out coverage from Divis. The C5 TX is at the top and although C37 is group B, it is also just within Group A feasibility. The RTE minimux if it comes from Black mountain will more than likely need to be in group for group A as it will be intended to cater for quasi-national coverage.
Brian, Mike and Cush, thankyou for your input on this site I must apologise if I seem a bit blunt when asking about the mini mux as for a year or more I have tried to find out what was happening as customers have been asking and I have been frustrated by different documents and lack of information.
It is a certain sign og progress on the political front in Northern Ireland when tv transmitters for Irish tv can be located within the six counties.When Claremont Cairn tv transmitter was under construction,24/7 security by Irish police and army was on site to guard against loyalist threats.Proximity to the border led to outrage from unionist politicans.Now it is wecomed.
On Wednesday 10th October BBC Two analogue will be switched off and BBC standard definition TV and radio channels will come on air. Two weeks later on 24th October the other three analogue channels will go off and the other digital services (UTV, ITV2, C4, E4, More4, C5, HD channels and some others) will come on air.