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Analogue radio on 1458kHz

The map shows the transmitters using the frequency 1458kHz for public analogue radio transmission. 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?

 4G-800 No multiplexes,  4G-800 1 multiplex,  4G-800 2 multiplexes,  4G-800 3 multiplexes,  4G-800 4 multiplexes,  4G-800 5 multiplexes,  4G-800 6 multiplexes,  Locations within 1.5km of existing phone mast locations,  Freeview retune required,  EE,  Multiple operators,  Network Rail,  O2,  3,  Vodafone,  location on line-of-sight,  Empty,  Location comment,  Transmitter (grey),  Selected location,  l,  lv,  panelAB,  panelAL,  panelB,  panelBA,  panelBB,  panelBD,  panelBH,  panelBL,  panelBN,  panelBR,  panelBS,  panelBT,  panelCA,  panelCB,  panelCF,  panelCH,  panelCM,  panelCO,  panelCR,  panelCT,  panelCV,  panelCW,  panelDA,  panelDD,  panelDE,  panelDG,  panelDH,  panelDL,  panelDN,  panelDT,  panelDY,  panelE,  panelEC,  panelEH,  panelEN,  panelEX,  panelFK,  panelFY,  panelG,  panelGL,  panelGU,  panelHA,  panelHD,  panelHG,  panelHP,  panelHR,  panelHS,  panelHU,  panelHX,  panelIG,  panelIP,  panelIV,  panelKA,  panelKT,  panelKW,  panelKY,  panelL,  panelLA,  panelLD,  panelLE,  panelLL,  panelLN,  panelLS,  panelLU,  panelM,  panelME,  panelMK,  panelML,  panelN,  panelNE,  panelNG,  panelNN,  panelNP,  panelNR,  panelNW,  panelOL,  panelOX,  panelPA,  panelPE,  panelPH,  panelPL,  panelPO,  panelPR,  panelRG,  panelRH,  panelRM,  panelS,  panelSA,  panelSE,  panelSG,  panelSK,  panelSL,  panelSM,  panelSN,  panelSO,  panelSP,  panelSR,  panelSS,  panelST,  panelSW,  panelSY,  panelTA,  panelTD,  panelTF,  panelTN,  panelTQ,  panelTR,  panelTS,  panelTW,  panelUB,  panelW,  panelWA,  panelWC,  panelWD,  panelWF,  panelWN,  panelWR,  panelWS,  panelWV,  panelYO,  panelZE,  Phase 2 locality,  roundel-dlr,  roundel-overground,  roundel-tube,  Transmitter,  BBC One region,  BBC TWO,  ITV plc region,  STV region,  UTV region,  Channel 4,  Channel 5,  S4C,  tx_LB,  tx_LBN,  tx_LBNv,  tx_LBS,  tx_LBSv,  tx_LBT,  tx_LBTv,  tx_LBv,  tx_LCF,  tx_LCFv,  tx_LDN,  tx_LDNv,  tx_LEH,  tx_LEHv,  tx_LG,  tx_LGv,  tx_LL,  tx_LLS,  tx_LLSv,  tx_LLv,  tx_LM,  tx_LMv,  tx_LNE,  tx_LNEv,  tx_LNG,  tx_LNGv,  tx_LNR,  tx_LNRv,  tx_LOX,  tx_LOXv,  tx_LPR,  tx_LPRv,  tx_LS,  tx_LSO,  tx_LSOv,  tx_LSv,  tx_LW,  tx_LWv,  COM4/SDN multiplex,  COM4/SDN multiplex,  COM5/ArqivaA multiplex,  COM5/ArqivaA multiplex,  COM6/ArqivaB multiplex,  COM6/ArqivaB multiplex,  tx_com7,  HD-com7 multiplex site,  HD-com7 multiplex site,  tx_com8,  HD-com8 multiplex site,  HD-com8 multiplex site,  Multiplex 1,  Multiplex 2,  Multiplex A,  tx_muxAcopy,  Multiplex B,  Multiplex C,  Multiplex D,  Northern Ireland Minimux,  Northern Ireland Minimux,  PSB1/BBCA multiplex,  PSB1/BBCA multiplex,  PSB2/Digital 3+4 multiplex,  PSB2/Digital 3+4 multiplex,  PSB3/BBCB/Freeview HD multiplex,  PSB3/BBCB/Freeview HD multiplex,  Saorview multiplex 1,  Saorview multiplex 1,  Saorview multiplex 2,  Saorview multiplex 2,  BBC VHF TV site,  Joint BBC/IBA site,  DAB radio transmitter,  DAB transmitter coming,  DAB coming (out of area),  DAB transmitter (out of area),  Freeview transmitter,  txfv - Copy,  IBA VHF TV site,  Freeview light transmitter,  Multiplex A,  Multiplex B,  Multiplex C,  Multiplex D,  txmuxa2,  Not on air,  FM/AM radio mast,  txradio_amfm,  FM/AM radio mast (out of area),  Engineering/fault today,  Engineering planned,  Transmitter cleared fault,  Engineering work (old icon),  Transmitter group,  Saorview.

Comments
Sunday, 29 March 2015
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Graham F Lewendon
6:54 PM

The AM maps you have compiled are useful but there's more to AM than LW & MW. Is there any chance of including the English language short wave stations and the bands as well as their BC frequencies and not just the 31 or 45 metre bands but from top band through beyond 41 metre's getting hold of a current copy of the Short Wave Users Hand Book is a costly business and problematical at my local library I have tried online with patchy success and yes I am aware of the 11 year sunspot cycle and what that means in respect of reception on SW

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