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Churchdown Hill (Gloucestershire, England) analogue radio transmitter

sa_gmapsGoogle mapsa_bingBing mapsa_gearthGoogle Earthsa_gps51.868,-2.176 or 51°52'4"N 2°10'32"W


The approximate coverage area for each radio station is shown as a coloured area on the map - shown is the official radiation pattern: the terrain and receiver aerial position have to be taken into account for actual reception.

This transmitter has no current reported problems

The BBC and Digital UK report there are no faults or engineering work on the Churchdown Hill (Gloucestershire, England) transmitter. Click to recheck [+] 

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Churchdown Hill analogue radio transmitter
BBC Radio 2 89.0MHz at 36W, BBC Radio 3 91.2MHz at 36W (as 89.0MHz), BBC Radio 4 (FM) 93.4MHz at 36W (as 89.0MHz), BBC Radio 1 98.6MHz at 36W (as 89.0MHz), Heart 102.4MHz at 1.0kW, BBC Radio Gloucestershire (FM) 104.7MHz at 1.0kW (as 102.4MHz)

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 FM/AM radio mast.
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MB
Saturday 6 September 2014 5:16PM

Luca: This is not unusual. After dark, the ionosphere's D layer dissipates. This layer normally absorbs MW signals meaning that the only go a few miles. Without this layer, at night, the signals can reach the F layers higher in the atmosphere, and hence be refracted back to earth many hundreds to thousands of miles distant. Tune around MW or LW after dark and you will find many stations from other countries that are not receivable during the day. This is a common cause of interference on MW

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MikeP
Saturday 6 September 2014 10:17PM

Luca

The effect that MB is describing is well known to listeners to Radio Luxembourg on 208 metres. That always faded in and out due to the atmospherics effect, more noticable in the evenings as the ionosphere layers change height as the atmosphere cools.

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Andy Ell
Monday 8 September 2014 11:19PM

DAB in car aerial tweak. I kept the magnetic aerial on the parcel shelf, as putting it on the roof made no improvement here on the Isle of Thanet, Kent. Always lost signal at the most interesting bit. However I now keep it on the inside of a round metal flan dish in the same place on the parcel shelf, and very rarely have any dropouts. Result!

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Steve P
Tuesday 9 September 2014 11:52PM

However I now keep it on the inside of a round metal flan dish in the same place on the parcel shelf,

I have searched for this in the listys of benefits of DAB but can't find it.

Had DAB in a hirecar recently.

Useless.

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