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yes, Hardy, may be so

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Hardy

I have made your biquad, and a similar one for 5ghz. The design is wider and shallower than others but works better, though not as well as my yagi.

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Sudbury (Suffolk, England) Full Freeview transmitter
Thursday 13 September 2018 11:57PM

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you mean we will keep the existing channels but some will become HD? Why oh why can they not leave things alone now? This will make most of my freeview boxes useless!

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Paul,

Woodbridge has a relay BECAUSE Sudbury is iffy. You may get it, if you live on the right side of town, relatively high, with nearby buildings not shielding the signal. I would not recommend a log, yes it is wideband, but not high gain.

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Chris,
I think the best advice to give Paul is to look at the type of nearby aerials and to where they point before deciding what transmitter to use and which aerial. Logs are just not good enough in that area, I used to live near there.
No, my freeview boxes show no signal on HD channels.
Can you give me more info on exactly will change next year, given that Sudbury will apparently continue to use channels 29,31, 37, 41 44 and 47?

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Sudbury (Suffolk, England) Full Freeview transmitter
Wednesday 19 September 2018 11:51PM

Hardy, I have seen few aerials for Sudbury in Woodbridge that are not high gain. Remember that in analogue days there was little point in using the Sudbury transmitter.

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Chris

I am unable to find anything on Digital UK re any changes next year for Sudbury.

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