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I can see a transmitter but the power is low so I may not be able to pick it up

I can see a transmitter but the power is low so I may not be able to pick it up Freeview and an upgraded aerial and digibox seems expensive.

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The strength of the analogue signal is no guide to the Freeview signal. If you can get it, you will need a wideband aerial to be able to watch the BBC, ITV and C4 channels.

If you get a digibox and attach it to your existing roof top aerial and get most of the channels, you can then upgrade your aerial to wideband to get the rest.



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