TV region maps now show network connections and transmitter types
I have been considering this for a while, and I suspected it would be one of those "data entry on a rainy day" things to do - manually update the database so the UK Free TV mapping pages show the connections between the transmitters.
Using the information from the Transmitter Network - Digital UK Almanac I have updated the system to show the links between the transmitters, for example:
These are available for all switched-over regions, plus Oxford, minus
(for some unspecified reason) the Carmel group in Wales and the Torosay and Selkirk group s in Scotland. Also missing is Stockland Hill in England.
If anyone has the Carmel, Torosay, Stockland Hill or Selkirk information, please let me know!
In addition, a separate symbol is now used to denote "Freeview Light" transmitters that only carry the public service multiplexes BBCA, D3+4 and BBCB, or will do after they have switched-over.
Your feed back is, as always, appreciated.
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The Channel Islands final installer newsletter isn't linked from the Almanac pages any more, but it is still at its original location: http://www.digitaluk.co.u….pdf
St Peter Port and Torteval are fed from Les Touillets, everything else is direct from Fremont Point.
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