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By providing a full postcode (such as W1A 1AA), national grid reference (for example SE123456) or latitude, longitude pair (like 54, -0.5) this page will provide a map, terrain plot and detailed information of the location showing the UK and RoI television transmitters that it is possible you receive Freeview, Freeview HD, Youview, BT TV and Saorview from.

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These predictions are based upon a rooftop aerial and depend on the suitability of the aerial, the distance to the transmitters, the power of their signals, the postcode area, and local terrain.

Thursday, 19 December 2013
7:16 PM

Hi, i currently am receiving no BBC channels at all, i have tried factory resetting the TV, retuning, different cables, i have a 4g filter and still unable to get any BBC Channels when last week i could, any help?

BN24 5PJ Postcode

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Oscar's 2 posts GB flag
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Dave Lindsay

7:21 PM

Oscar: If you are using a signal amplifier (booster) then any filter must be fitted before it so as to prevent any 800MHz 4G signal overloading it.

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Dave Lindsay's 5,724 posts GB flag
7:25 PM

Hi Dave,

I dont believe that i have a booster fitted, but im still not able to recieve the channels with or without the filter fitted.

Any ideas?

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Oscar's 2 posts GB flag
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11:31 PM

Hiya. Please help. I live in yeovil andpretty sure use stockland hill transmitter. Since about 6pm 18/12/13 had absoluty terrible signal only recieving about 9 channels including itv c4 c5. Reset box and retuned at least 20times since and nothing. Please help I dont think its Ariel as recieve 9 channels. Also i have a plug in booster that has worked fine last year or so. Please help asap really cant afford to get someone out this close to xmas.
Thank you

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Ash's 4 posts GB flag
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11:55 PM

I have 3 tv sets each working from its own aerial .I have a strong signal from the sudbury,suffolk transmitter.On my main tv with roof mounted aerial I have suddenly started receiving London regional news and not my local Look East news.The other two sets with aerials mounted on the wall are still receiving Look East .Any Ideas ????

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Timbo's 1 post GB flag
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Friday, 20 December 2013

8:41 AM

Timbo: The immediate reason that would spring to mind is that your main TV has carried out an automatic channel update and in the process of has picked up and stored the channels in the 20 / 30 range as used by Crystal Palace, Sudbury's channels being in the 40 - 60 range.

Some Freeview devices carry out this procedure "automatically" every 24 hours resulting in problems for many who reside in an area where more than one station can be received and likewise have to use manual tuning to store the mux channels required, whereas on most other equipment this facility is offered as a switchable option.

Have a look in your TV's set up menu for this option, if seen disable it.

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jb38's 7,179 posts GB flag
Dave Lindsay

12:53 PM

Ash: The problem you have described sounds absolutely the sort of outcome where a signal booster is connected but has failed.

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Bill Dunnakey
1:49 PM

I have a new tv (with combined freeview tuner), a new tv aerial on roof (professionally fitted), existing cable feed is about 10yr old. I can receive all channels clearly EXCEPT all the BBC channels, which just stutter. The local transmitter is Sandy Heath, and I understand that I should not be affected by 4G (at the moment). All resets etc have been covered. my Postcode is PE8 6LF.
Can anyone helo please?

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10:22 PM

Bill Dunnakey: Looking at the terrain plot for your location, there is something in the way of the signal path of all three transmitters! That makes sense, since its pretty hilly around where you live (my kids used to go to Sacrewell Farm a fair bit. so I know the area a little).

But Sandy Heath looks good according to Digital UK, and its seems fine for you. If it wasnt for the terrain plot, I'd suggest that your signal might be just too good - I know its along way, but I've had a problem over a similar distance. Check the signal level, because BBC channels tend to be a little more powerful than most, and your new TV might have a more sensitive tuner, hence the problem.

If not, perhaps someone can suggest something else.

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MikeB's 2,579 posts GB flag
Saturday, 21 December 2013
9:18 AM

The airleis isinloaft

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