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What cable should I used to receive Freeview in a poor reception area?

What cable should I used to receive Freeview in a poor reception area?

What cable should I used to receive Freeview in a poor receptio
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Satellite cable (specification CT100 or CT125) can be used in these areas, and costs around £1 per metre.

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Thursday, 8 September 2011
5:58 PM

good evening

My gran lives in Salisbury she has a built in digital tv. Yesterday after work was carried out on Salisbury transmitter she was unable to access certain channels ie ITV C4.

I reset her settings to factory and auto scanned for channels but they are still missing.

This website documents that the output levels from the Salisbury Transmitter are at a much reduced level for the channels that are missing and that appears to be the cause.

Are they intending to increase ouput levels and if soon when is this likely

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Mark's 1 post GB

9:51 PM

Mark: The transmitter will move to high power services on Wednesday 21st March 2012.

There is ongoing work this week that may reduce the signal for some services over the week, you might want to wait until Friday evening and try returning then.

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Briantist's 38,846 posts GB

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