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Dale Martin- As far as i'm aware, 4G has only been tested in certain areas and at this moment no one can be affected by it because it isn't "turned on" yet

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Friday 19 July 2013 7:44AM Nottingham

leslie rainer- TalkTalk and BT Vision do not, effectively, offer more free channels. they are freeview boxes with internet packages tied into them.
You may find a cheaper package that suits you but you will need an aerial for the basic workings of their boxes?


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Can anyone state where 4G has started to be used ? I notice filters are being sent out but im not aware of 4G actually being available to anyone ?

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Briantist- Thankyou, are they sending filters out to probable problem area's?

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Andy-Do you know which Transmitter you are using? I'm near North Notts and havn't noticed any major problems since the Sony Equipment one

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John Long- Do a manuel signal check on ITV, CH4, CH5 and ITV2. Do each one seperatly! They should all be coming from the same signal frequency, If ITV is different your equipment has stored a rogue signal? Also check your channel list in the 800's to see if there another ITV there? Does ITV+1 carry subtitles?

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Dereck- Do you have a booster fitted that is overloading your signal? You may need an attenuater fitted?

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Monday 29 July 2013 11:12AM Alfreton

James- The equipment you are using to receive ch47 signal needs to be fitted with a DVBT-2 tuner where as the rest of the signals will be the standard DVBT

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Paul- It sounds like 4G could be an issue when its rolled out, On the Bromsgrove Transmitter, tho with a pylon already confusing signals it doesn't mean much. Just to note, The Cell Phone mast must be "chosen" to use the "800" frequency's for it to cause interference ? If you want to retune your PVR can you do it manually? Sutton Coldfield uses frequency's 39,42,43,45,46 and I think HD is 50 but check that? Manual tune will stop high pressure confusing the results. High pressure may still cause interference tho.

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Paul- I am going back some years now to the start of freeview but I knew someone who lost his signal at 7pm every night. It turned out to be his next door nieghboors central heating coming on. lots changed since then but you just brought the memory back

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