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Freeview reception at 51.5465°N -0.011°E



List is for aerial group type: wideband group A group B group C/D group E group K

ch name signal strength direction transmitter
C21+multiplex SDN England (COM4)
s-sw 201°ReigateV
C22multiplex Arqiva-A (COM5)
s-sw 196°Crystal PalaceH
C23multiplex BBCA England London
s-sw 196°Crystal PalaceH
C23-multiplex BBCA England London
s-sw 201°ReigateV
C24multiplex Arqiva-A (COM5)
s-sw 201°ReigateV
C25multiplex SDN England (COM4)
s-sw 196°Crystal PalaceH
C26multiplex D3+4 England London
s-sw 196°Crystal PalaceH
multiplex D3+4 England London
s-sw 201°ReigateV
C27multiplex Arqiva-B (COM6)
s-sw 201°ReigateV
C28-multiplex Arqiva-B (COM6)
s-sw 196°Crystal PalaceH
C29Comux Local TV multiplex LW
s-sw 196°Crystal PalaceH
C30Freeview HD multiplex BBCB (PSB3)
s-sw 201°ReigateV
C32multiplex BBCA England South East
e-se 122°Bluebell HillH
C34Freeview HD multiplex Arqiva-D (com8)
e-se 122°Bluebell HillH
C40multiplex SDN England (COM4)
e-se 122°Bluebell HillH
C41-multiplex BBCA England London
southeast 124°WoolwichV
C43+multiplex Arqiva-A (COM5)
e-se 122°Bluebell HillH
C44multiplex D3+4 England London
southeast 124°WoolwichV
C45+Freeview HD multiplex BBCB (PSB3)
e-se 122°Bluebell HillH
C46multiplex Arqiva-B (COM6)
e-se 122°Bluebell HillH
C47Freeview HD multiplex BBCB (PSB3)
southeast 124°WoolwichV
C48-Freeview HD multiplex BBCB (PSB3)
s-sw 196°Crystal PalaceH
C55Freeview HD multiplex Arqiva-C (com7)
s-sw 196°Crystal PalaceH
Freeview HD multiplex Arqiva-C (com7)
e-se 122°Bluebell HillH

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List is for aerial group type: wideband group A group B group C/D group E group K

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Saturday, 30 October 2021
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Chris.SE
sentiment_very_satisfiedPlatinum

2:00 PM

Jannene Travell:

Of course some locations are exposed to some atrocious winter weather, however a good professional installer (CAI approved) should be able to provide an installation that lasts more than a winter or two!
That said, using indoor aerials can be fraught with issues, it depends on how far you are from the transmitter(s) and whether you can get a "line-of-sight".

We need a full postcode to look at the predicted reception in your locale and which transmitter(s) and multiplexes you might receive.

If you have a "smart" TV, why would you need a "Freeview" box? What make and model is the TV?

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Chris.SE's 2,560 posts GB
Friday, 19 November 2021
A
alan meakin
7:57 AM
Nottingham

Lost all Freeview channels due to no signal on TV screen on 16/11 and still no signal 19/11.

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Chris.SE
sentiment_very_satisfiedPlatinum

1:55 PM

alan meakin:

As you haven't provided a full postcode, it's not possible to know whether your predicted reception could be marginal under normal circumstances in your locale, and whether you'd be using the Nottingham transmitter or the Waltham one, both of which have been on Planned engineering this last week.

Two of us have already responded to your post on the Nottingham transmitter page. Have you followed the advice about NOT retuning or what to do if you already have?
Some information about your aerial installation would also be helpful and which way the aerial is pointing and whether the rods (or squashed Xs) are horizontal or vertical.

It might also be an idea if you check all your coax connections behind your TV etc. If you have weak signals due to the engineering then bad connections could mean you have no signal.

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Please post a question, answer or commentIf you have Freeview reception problems before posting a question your must first do this Freeview reset procedure then see: Freeview reception has changed, Single frequency interference, and Freeview intermittent interference.

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