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Friday, 2 November 2018
MikeP
7:02 PM

David Afleck:

Firstly there is no such thing as a 'digital' aerial. All UHF aerials of a wideband type will receive all the available signals, the type of modulation does not affect how it is received.

Secondly, please check all your aerial cables and connections, if there are coaxial plugs/sockets please unplug those and the refit.

Thirdly, check the signal strengths of the affected multiplexes, You want to have between 60% and 85% ideally, too much or too little gives bad results.



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MikeP
7:03 PM

David Maers:

Please use the Digital UK website at http://www.digitaluk.co.uk for such details. The system on this website has not been maintained for some months due to the unavailability of the owner.



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Wednesday, 14 November 2018
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Jeff
8:43 AM Neath

Sorry, forgot to give you my postcode: SA11 4HG. Thank you, Jeff.

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