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C63 (810.0MHz) after switchover



The map below shows all the transmitters in the UK using C63 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?

 4G-800 No multiplexes,  4G-800 1 multiplex,  4G-800 2 multiplexes,  4G-800 3 multiplexes,  4G-800 4 multiplexes,  4G-800 5 multiplexes,  4G-800 6 multiplexes,  Locations within 1.5km of existing phone mast locations,  Freeview retune required,  EE,  Multiple operators,  Network Rail,  O2,  3,  Vodafone,  location on line-of-sight,  Empty,  Location comment,  Transmitter (grey),  Selected location,  l,  lv,  Phase 2 locality,  roundel-dlr,  roundel-overground,  roundel-tube,  Transmitter,  BBC One region,  BBC TWO,  ITV plc region,  STV region,  UTV region,  Channel 4,  Channel 5,  S4C,  tx_LB,  tx_LBN,  tx_LBNv,  tx_LBS,  tx_LBSv,  tx_LBT,  tx_LBTv,  tx_LBv,  tx_LCF,  tx_LCFv,  tx_LDN,  tx_LDNv,  tx_LEH,  tx_LEHv,  tx_LG,  tx_LGv,  tx_LL,  tx_LLS,  tx_LLSv,  tx_LLv,  tx_LM,  tx_LMv,  tx_LNE,  tx_LNEv,  tx_LNG,  tx_LNGv,  tx_LNR,  tx_LNRv,  tx_LOX,  tx_LOXv,  tx_LPR,  tx_LPRv,  tx_LS,  tx_LSO,  tx_LSOv,  tx_LSv,  tx_LW,  tx_LWv,  COM4/SDN multiplex,  COM4/SDN multiplex,  COM5/ArqivaA multiplex,  COM5/ArqivaA multiplex,  COM6/ArqivaB multiplex,  COM6/ArqivaB multiplex,  tx_com7,  HD-com7 multiplex site,  HD-com7 multiplex site,  tx_com8,  HD-com8 multiplex site,  HD-com8 multiplex site,  Multiplex 1,  Multiplex 2,  Multiplex A,  tx_muxa,  Multiplex B,  Multiplex C,  Multiplex D,  Northern Ireland Minimux,  Northern Ireland Minimux,  PSB1/BBCA multiplex,  PSB1/BBCA multiplex,  PSB2/Digital 3+4 multiplex,  PSB2/Digital 3+4 multiplex,  PSB3/BBCB/Freeview HD multiplex,  PSB3/BBCB/Freeview HD multiplex,  Saorview multiplex 1,  Saorview multiplex 1,  Saorview multiplex 2,  Saorview multiplex 2,  BBC VHF TV site,  Joint BBC/IBA site,  DAB radio transmitter,  DAB transmitter coming,  DAB coming (out of area),  DAB transmitter (out of area),  Freeview transmitter,  IBA VHF TV site,  Freeview light transmitter,  Multiplex A,  Multiplex B,  Multiplex C,  Multiplex D,  Not on air,  FM/AM radio mast,  FM/AM radio mast (out of area),  Engineering/fault today,  Engineering planned,  Transmitter cleared fault,  Engineering work (old icon),  Transmitter group,  Saorview.

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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Stuart O.
Thursday 17 March 2011 10:46PM Wrexham

Hi.
I found I am receiving a weak analogue Channel 4 signal on UHF ch. 63, but this map doesn't appear to show any analogue Channel 4's in the area.
I thought it would be a relay of Sutton Coldfield, but none of it's relays appear to transmit 4 on 63. Any idea where could it be from?
Thanks.

M
Mike Dimmick
Friday 18 March 2011 2:32PM

Stuart O.: Sometimes the map doesn't show all the pins, particularly if you're using Internet Explorer, but in this case, I can only find one site that ever used C63 for Channel 4 - Glenridding in the Lake District. This switched over in July 2009 and no longer uses this frequency.

I searched the list at <img src="data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAABAAAAAQAgMAAABinRfyAAAACVBMVEUAAAD8/gQEAgSrB0eOAAAAAXRSTlMAQObYZgAAAE1JREFUCNdNxLERgCAQRcF3f84cA/qwAwksgSodA0rAAqjEhFxmMHWDtfO5s89K1YAuyzGpw5BDEMCvMbbus7D4emDy1oLeRHG/iDLYP4JyE6dwnoqJAAAAAElFTkSuQmCC" class="xico" style="vertical-align:text-bottom" alt="www.wolfbane.com link icon" link iconhttp://www.wolfbane.com/articles/uktv2.htm

The
only things I can think of are that it's the RF output of a Sky or Freeview set-top box (yours or perhaps a neighbours, if you're sharing an aerial), or if you're using a communal system, a system where the channels are transposed to different frequencies. This is usually done if the signals from the transmitters are strong enough to be picked up directly by cables within the flat, which then arrive at different times from the signals received at the aerial, causing ghosting on analogue (and, likely, errors on digital).

If your TV, aerials or cables are very close to a neighbour's equipment, and that equipment isn't well shielded, it could be picking up a tuned version - but you'd expect it to change which channel is displayed when they choose a different channel! (RG47SH)

J
James Halpin
Sunday 20 May 2012 7:48AM Haverhill

We are on the Sudbury transmitter and do not receive ch 63. I believe this is due to very low transmission power and that there are plans to increase this soon. Could you please tell me when this is due to happen so that I can re-tune.

Thanks

J
jb38
Sunday 20 May 2012 9:20AM

James Halpin: I believe that this action is programmed for June 27th.

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