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C60 (786.0MHz) after switchover

The map below shows all the transmitters in the UK using C60 once digtial switchover is complete. Please click the icon to see the coverage area, and double click for more information.

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What do the map symbols mean?

 Transmitter,  COM5/ArqivaA multiplex,  COM6/ArqivaB multiplex,  COM6/ArqivaB multiplex,  PSB1/BBCA multiplex,  PSB1/BBCA multiplex,  PSB2/Digital 3+4 multiplex,  PSB2/Digital 3+4 multiplex,  PSB3/BBCB/Freeview HD multiplex,  Freeview transmitter,  Engineering planned,  Transmitter cleared fault.

Switchover complete

Click on a selection to see the use of the frequency use when switchover is complete:

C21 C22 C23 C24 C25 C26 C27 C28 C29 C30 C31 C32 C33 C34 C35 C36 C37 C38 C39 C40 C41 C42 C43 C44 C45 C46 C47 C48 C49 C50 C51 C52 C53 C54 C55 C56 C57 C58 C59 C60 C61 C62 * * * * * *

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J Fergusson
Monday 16 April 2012 1:06PM

On what basis are channels Film 4 and Dave not available to viewers living in the KA23 post-code areas? We pay our taxes like everyone else..
(Home address KA23 9EH).

Dave Lindsay
Monday 16 April 2012 1:47PM

J Fergusson: The channels that aren't available in your area (from your transmitter) are the Commercial ones which operate purely on a commercial basis.

They transmit from 80 of the largest sites (largest by viewer population) and this gives them 90% reach. To transmit from nearly 1,100 small relays would add about 8.5% of the population to their potential viewerbase but it will roughly double the amount they spend on transmission. They were asked if they wished to increase their coverage and declined. For a more in-depth explanation, see here:

<img src="" class="xico" style="vertical-align:text-bottom" alt=" link icon"> link iconWill there ever be more services on the Freeview Light transmitters? | - independent free digital TV advice

Freesat is probably your only way to get more channels.

Friday 22 February 2013 12:51AM Watford

I am getting a perfect picture from Crystal Palace (my postcode is WD25 9FH). Am I likely to get interference from 4G in July 2013 (believed opening date for transmissions)? I cannot fit a filter between antenna and amplifier due to physical construction of aerial. Presumably I will be provided with a new aerial? Thank you.

Dave Lindsay
Friday 22 February 2013 9:07AM

Peter: There is now a website with information.

Friday 22 February 2013 9:54AM

Peter: If you use Crystal Palace, you won't need a filter.

Tuesday 26 March 2013 11:41AM Downham Market

Im getting really frustrated now. After years of problems with the switchover i finally got everything sorted when i had a new ariel put up in November 2012. Now i'm losing stations and lost all HD stations 3 days ago. I'm told it's because of this 4G thing. I'm just looking for somewhere to help or somewhere to complain but all these websites are just a bunch of ramblings that make no sense unless your a super geek. All i want to know is, why have i lost stations? I was told to get a new ariel to get all stations, i paid for a new ariel and was getting all those stations, now all of a sudden i'm bak to square one and lost loads of stations. What am i supposed to do now? Pay fucking more i suppose??? Bunch of fucking twats you lot!

Thursday 19 December 2013 11:51AM Oldham

Following the latest frequency changes for freeview, Winter Hill transmitter, I have signal breakup, only on BBC chanels, when it rains heavily.
I am only 15 miles from the transmitter with an unobstructed line of sight.
I have had a new aerial fitted but the problem has not been resolved. When I use a small indoor amplified aerial the problem disappears.
Is the outdoor aerial too low a gain or perhaps not enough bandwidth?

Dave Lindsay
Thursday 19 December 2013 12:43PM

George: Perhaps the signal strength is excessive.

<img src="" class="xico" style="vertical-align:text-bottom" alt=" link icon"> link iconFreeview signals: too much of a good thing is bad for you | Digital switchover | - 11 years of independent, free digital TV advice

A terrain plot it here:

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Terrain between ( m a.g.l.) and (antenna m a.g.l.) - Optimising UK DTT Freeview and Radio aerial location

Whilst it does suggest line-of-sight, it also suggests that objects on the ground may be within the first Fresnel zone (as depicted by the pick line) - look-up Fresnel zone for more information. Anything within that area could potentially affect reception.

Thursday 19 December 2013 2:18PM Oldham

Thanks Dave
If signal strength was excessive I would expect a problem in good weather not when there is probable attenuation of signal because of rain.

Why does my indoor aerial appear to be unaffected by the rain?

Monday 3 February 2014 12:04PM

I live in CM2 area, Sudbury Transmitter and have a few channels pixilating and unwatchable, including Sky news which I do watch frequently. The other channels with problems are ones I don't watch.
By a bit of deduction and fiddling it appears that channel 60 transmitted from Sudbury is the one that all the offending channel are received via onto my TV.
All remainder channels are received fine and also if I watch TV via my Humax receiving box no pixilating is experienced on any channels.
I have retuned and checked all cabling and equipment.
Any thoughts please?

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