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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).
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What do the map symbols mean?DAB radio transmitter.
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
Monday, 31 March 2014
Helen Cowdrey : According to RadioToday | Global Radio confirms local Gold changes
The frequencies, listed below, will broadcast the London output of Smooth Radio instead of Gold. It brings an end to decades of programmes under the 'gold' name for most of the frequencies, which were previously known as either Classic Gold or Capital Gold.
Berkshire and North Hampshire (1431/1485)
Bristol and Bath (1260)
Dorset and Hampshire (828)
Herts, Beds and Bucks (792/828)
North Wales and Cheshire (1260)
South Wales (1305/1359)
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Wednesday, 25 March 2015
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Monday, 25 December 2017
T. Yardley : A number of local versions of Gold on AM were replaced by Smooth a few years ago, but I wasn't aware that it was ever broadcast of FM anywhere. It's still available on AM in London, the East Midlands and the North West, as well as on DAB in a few more areas. It's also available online at Gold - The Greatest Hits Of All Time
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Friday, 15 June 2018
Hi, any ideas why this area https://email@example.com,1.1478816,12.75z - in particular along the roads between the A14 at Copdock and the A140 at Stonham are devoid of GOLD coverage.....it is very intermittent, here for a few seconds then gone then here for a few seconds then gone again....it's very irritating to say the least!
I dont understand why as I can pick up pretty much all other stations on the car DAB in those areas so why not Gold ?
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