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4G changes to relay transmitters - list of C61 and C62 shifts

There are 100 relays transmitters that are going to have small changes to their frequencies in 2012/13, to remove C61 and C62 from those used for television. Once these changes have been done, 4G (LTE) mobile broadband services can use them.

There are 100 relays transmitters that are going to have small
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Here is a list of the changes to the relay transmitters, which are in addition to the changes at the main masts listed on the www.ukfree.tv link icon 2013 - post-switchover changes to Freeview transmission page.

PSB1 to C46, PSB2 to C40 at Steyning.

PSB1 to C48, PSB2 to C52 at Dawlish.

PSB1 moves channel to C49 at Brecon Burry Port Croeserw Dowlais Fishguard Gosforth Grandtully Innerleithen Kirkconnel Llandecwyn Llanengan Millport Mynydd Bach Mynydd Pencareg Onich Pembroke Dock Pontardawe St Bees Ton Pentre Troon Workington.

PSB1 moves channel to C50 at Balblair Wood Beaminster Beddgelert Beer Bincombe Hill Catrine Catrine Claonaig Girvan Glyndyfrdwy Gourdon Inverness Kilmelford Kingskerswell Liverton Llandderfel Machen Upper Modbury Newton Ferrers North Hessary Tor Penrhyn-Coch Peterhead Port Isaac Praa Sands Rothesay Town Scoval Southway St Austell Tullich.

PSB1 moves channel to C51 at Broad Haven.

PSB1 moves channel to C52 at Preston.

PSB2 moves channel to C49 at Aberystwyth Ballantrae Craigellachie Fodderty Gartley Moor Glyn Ceiriog Halesowen Helston Ilfracombe Ilfracombe Llangollen Loch Feochan Portpatrick Truro Weisdale.

PSB2 moves channel to C50 at Belper Clearwell Creetown Grasmere Haltwhistle Hutton Kilve Portishead Stanton Moor Tregaron Tynewydd Washford Woodcombe.

PSB2 moves channel to C51 at Pennsylvania.

PSB3 moves channel to C49 at Abercynon, Avoch.

PSB3 moves channel to C50 at Barskeoch Hill Dolgellau Ebbw Vale Fernhill Gellifendigaid Kinlochleven Llangeinor Monmouth Rheola South Maesteg Taffs Well Tonypandy Tonyrefail Ynysowen.

PSB3 to C48+ at St Brelades Bay





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Martin
Monday 28 May 2012 7:18PM Cambridge

I keep losing the most common channels i.e. all BBC channels, ITV1 and Channel 4 intermittently. I search and these are sometimes there, sometimes not and even if tuned they can disappear for a few hours at a time. All other channels including the later ITV channels are unaffected. Is this an aerial issue or a TV issue? There are no reports of any issues at the Sandy Heath section which is where I am based.


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jb38
Monday 28 May 2012 9:23PM

Martin: As you are located at only 18 miles away from Sandy, then you have to consider the possibility that the problem is being caused by you receiving an excessively high level of signal that is peaking over the top at times and blocking your TV's tuner.

The other point is, that should you have any form of aerial splitter/ booster fitted then for a test it has to be by-passed, however if this does not apply and you are able to borrow a set top aerial then plug that in and give your TV re-tune, unless that is you know that the programmes are already stored in the EPG list.

Should you manage to receive reasonably OK by using a set top aerial, or even a short piece of wire (about 12 / 18") pushed into the middle of the aerial socket, then you require an attenuator to be fitted in line with the TV's aerials input socket.

I would be interesting to know what the signal strength / quality is being indicated at on your TV's check screen whilst on either BBC1 or ITV1, and are you using an outdoor aerial?


Ian
Wednesday 30 May 2012 5:24PM Hinckley

I'm going to be in a similar situation to Mark, I am running out of frequencies to set SKY RF2 output and CCTV output to.


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Trevor Bunting
Sunday 24 June 2012 4:06PM

Any idea why I have lost signal strength for multiplex 45C on Tacolston transmitter? All channels subject to extreme breakup. Can it be fixed?


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