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Ofcom publishes switchover frequencies

The long-awaited digital switchover frequency plan is announced.

The long-awaited digital switchover frequency plan is announced
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Ofcom have published today the new frequencies that will be used after digital switchover is complete.

This now includes:

This information is now integrated in this site, and can be seen on Switchover simulation and Post switchover frequency maps.

If you wish to see the whole dataset, please see uk post-digital switchover tv transmission frequencies.

Ofcom also point out that the frequencies are shown in ascending order and their positions in the table do not indicate which frequency is going to be used for individual multiplexes. This information will be published in the detailed plans for each region.

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