UK Free TV shows the coverage area for a radio transmitter as a coloured overlay (orange for FM, other colours for DAB) on the grey map. We have computed the coverage by combining the terrain with the official radiation pattern. A single click will select the transmitter to view the coverage for a single site, and a double click goes to a page showing full details. Click on the buttons in the right-hand corner of the map to choose from different frequencies (or multiplexes for DAB).
multiplexesAyrBerks & N HantsBirminghamBournemouthCambridgeCentral ScotlandCornwallDerbyshireDevonDevonEssexHumbersideKentLondon 1ManchesterNorfolkPeterboroughPlymouthSussexSussexSwindon
Masts transmitting Ayr multiplexBrown Carrick HillDarvelWest Kilbride
Masts transmitting Berks & N Hants multiplexBasingstokeCoppid BeechHanningtonHemdeanSU850840MemburyNewbury
Masts transmitting Birmingham multiplexLichfieldLickey HillsMetropolitan HouseTurners Hill
Masts transmitting Bournemouth multiplexBincombe HillNine Barrow DownPooleShaftesburySt Catherines HillWinterbourne Stickland
Masts transmitting Cambridge multiplexMadingleySandy HeathSewards End
Masts transmitting Central Scotland multiplexBraid HillsCraigkellyDarvelEarls HillNS580654Kirk OShottsSergeant Law
Masts transmitting Cornwall multiplexCaradon HillRedruth
Masts transmitting Derbyshire multiplexSK295553LichfieldQuarndonStanton Moor
Masts transmitting Devon multiplexBarnstapleBrauntonHuntshaw CrossIlfracombeOkehampton
Masts transmitting Devon multiplexAshburtonBeacon Hill BBrixhamBudleigh SaltertonExeter St ThomasHolcombe DownKingswearSidmouthStockland HillTiverton
Masts transmitting Essex multiplexBakers WoodBenfleetTL775217ColchesterHarlow Rye HillMaitland HouseManningtreeSudbury
Masts transmitting Humberside multiplexBevan FlatsBuckton BarnCave Wold
Masts transmitting Kent multiplexBenfleetBluebell Hill SCharthamCreteway DownDunkirkSwingateThanetTunbridge WellsWye
Masts transmitting London 1 multiplexAlexandra PalaceBluebell HillBT TowerCroydonGuildfordHemel HempsteadHungry HillSU850840Leatherhead Stoke dAbernonReigateWrothamZouches Farm
Masts transmitting Manchester multiplexSunley BuildingSutton CommonWinter Hill
Masts transmitting Norfolk multiplexTF944099Great YarmouthMendleshamTG279308Norwich CentralTM523941Stoke Holy CrossThetford MODWest Runton
Masts transmitting Peterborough multiplexHinchingbrookePeterborough
Masts transmitting Plymouth multiplexKingsbridgeNorth Hessary TorPlymptonSX406528
Masts transmitting Sussex multiplexBeddingham
Masts transmitting Sussex multiplexBurton DownEastbourneFindonHastingsHeathfieldTQ235385MidhurstNewhavenTruleigh HillWhitehawk Hill
Masts transmitting Swindon multiplexBlunsdonCirencesterMarlboroughMembury
Friday, 6 September 2019
Saturday, 7 September 2019
According to Gold's website "If you have an older DAB radio (without the DAB plus feature) you may not be able to find us and you will need to purchase one of the latest digital radio's with the DAB+ logo. "
It seems they have changed recently, according to Wikipedia "In September 2019, many of the local-level DAB transmissions of Gold were turned over to the new service Smooth Country, requiring listeners in affected areas to migrate to the national DAB+ transmission of Gold. Gold continues to broadcast on DAB in the East Midlands, where Smooth Country took the place of Chill."
The DAB+ broadcasts are on the Digital One national multiplex. If you have a DAB+ radio it may be that you need to reposition your radio or aerial if in range of a transmitter. It seems that the DAB transmissions only continue on the Nottingham/Derby/Leicester DAB transmitters.
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