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Saturday, 5 June 2021
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Richard Cooper
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3:45 PM

Hi, ukfreetv people interested in forthcoming DAB NEW local/community multiplexes. A company called, "North Norfolk Digital Limited' (NOT ALAN PARTRIDGE), comprising the shareholders of the Cambridge local mux and Future Digital Norwich (what was trial Norwich) have teamed up to form NNDL and have submitted a plan to Ofcom for a local/communmity DAB multiplex for King's Lynn and surrounding villages, which will make up for the lack of a true west Norfolk DAB Multiplex. Note that it has taken 5 years since we were last talking about a West Norfolk multiplex for this to happen! I'm assuming that they'll use the Greazt Massingham transmitter site, but don't know which multiplex code number/channel Ofcom will give them yet. any comments? Richard of Norwich, June 2021.

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Saturday, 1 January 2022
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Colin Reeve
10:42 PM

Hi
One of my DAB radios (a Majority Kings unit) has recently started losing BBC 4 Extra,tinually loses BBC Radio 4 Extra)he the channel being randomly replaced by BBC 1 Xtra or the BBC Asian Network. I've done a full factory reset and updated the firmware but to no avail. None of my other 5 DAB radios in the house or either of the two in our cars are similarly affected. We live less than one mile away from the Mendlesham transmitter .... any ideas?

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Sunday, 2 January 2022
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Chris.SE
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1:01 AM

Colin Reeve:

The BBC aren't currently reporting any faults at the transmitter and as your other radios aren't affected it would suggest it's a problem with this particular set BUT were any of the other sets switched on on the exact times this occurred?
I'm wondering if it's somehow related to recent weather conditions - temperature inversion/tropospheric ducting that's been around the last couple of days. Previous recent occurrences for about a week clearing by the end of December 23rd. Affected FM, DAB & DTV variously. Current predictions suggest it should have cleared up after tomorrow.
Have you forced a rescan of the 12B multiplex?

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