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Freeview reception at ME7 1YF

Terrain between ME71YF and Freeview masts

For reliable and stable Freeview reception, you need an unobstructed path between the TV aerial on your roof and the digital TV transmitter.

The diagrams below show the transmitters you can get a signal from - in order from best to worst. The blue line tests the line-of-sight between an aerial 10 metres above ground level (the line is red if there is an obstruction in the line-of-sight). You may be able to improve reception by raising the aerial higher - for safety's sake consult a reputable aerial installer if you need rooftop access. See below the diagrams for advanced options including selecting the receiver aerial height.

The terrain information (from Ordnance Survey and GIS) does not include forestation (where leaf cover changes with the seasons) or city buildings. The line-of-sight line can appear curved as this straight line moves over the Earth's surface.

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Friday 25 July 2014 12:23AM

Peter Young : Ref: MikeP's posting, although that said by same when referring to my reply is indeed correct, however the reason why I did not specifically include Rowridge as a possible alternative for reception to Hannington is for the following reasons.

(1) All aerials seen in your area are observed to be pointing towards Hannington, no exceptions having been found.

(2) Checks made using DUK's reception predictor for your location indicates "iffy" (officially variable!) reception from Rowridge on all muxes with the exception of BBC A / D3&4 and BBC B, the possible reason for this being somewhat backed up by the terrain indicator revealing that the signal from Rowridge suffers from an obstruction of a sizeable nature at about 2.5 miles prior to your location.

Although the reception predictors indications have always to be taken with the proverbial "pinch of salt", but when this is coupled to that seen on the terrain indicator then DUK's forecast cannot be completely disregarded.

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