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Updated maps

...of who will need - after switchover - a new aerials or where a partial Freeview service will be received.

...of who will need - after switchover - a new aerials or where
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You can now see updated versions of these maps, which show detail. Choose from two pages...

This page shows the places in the UK where, after the switchover is complete, will be served by a transmitter that only transmits THREE of the six Freeview multiplexes. (Please click on the map to see the full map and see the key.)



This page shows the places in the UK where, due to the Ofcom Digital Dividend review, the digital television services will be transmitted on frequencies that will require a new wideband aerial to receive television after digital switchover. (Please click on the map to see the full map and see the key.)









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