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Lee Ambler: Wait till the 22nd and in the meantime checkout the digitaluk postcode checker trade view. A transitional system is operating until DSO2

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Hannington (Hampshire, England) transmitter
Thursday 23 February 2012 12:27PM
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Hannington COMs:

The change in transmission mode yesterday led to a loss of 6dB ( ie signals reduced to 1/4 previous) for the same transmitted power. The COMs cannot use the new antenna system until London switches over

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Darren Ellis:

Humax's have an option: FIRST TIME INSTALLATION. You have to run this. I am getting BBCA crystal clear in NW London from Hannington.

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This is likely to be a full power post DSO test. You must be able to do manual retuning.


The Limavady transmitter 23 May 2012
Engineering transmitter work will take place between 00:01hrs and 06:00hrs.
TV services that will be affected:
Analogue services BBC1, BBC2, ITV and Channel 4
Digital services - PSB1, PSB2, PSB3, COM4, COM5 and COM 6.


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Three Rock Saorview transmitter
Saturday 15 September 2012 7:03PM
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Three Rock change: To be received off the back of Divis high gain aerials after DSO at Divis along the Irish eastern seaboard.

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Three Rock Saorview transmitter
Saturday 15 September 2012 7:05PM
Cranleigh

Addendum: And to eliminate CCI from Winter Hill in lift conditions. This is also why Newcastle NI repeater is being boosted to 800W post DSO.

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And the NIMM frequency at Black Mountain is E39, horizontally polarised as made crystal clear in the DUK newsletter:

http://www.digitaluk.co.u….pdf

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Briantist: These are the official Ofcom predicted service area maps as it states at the top of the page:

http://consumers.ofcom.or….pdf

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Tim: Transmission power from Divis went up from 2.3kW to 100kW on the BBC SD channels this morning, which is 43 times yesterday. If you are getting two BBC muxes check their frequencies, Divis BBCA is E27. Carnmoney is E46. If Divis is good get a new aerial.

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