Analogue radio on 98.6MHzThere are several radio transmitters using 98.6MHz. Please click below on to find out more.
- PORT ELLEN (Argyll and Bute, Scotland)
- Minehead (Somerset, England)
- Kirkton Mailer (Perth and Kinross, Scotland)
- Kendal (Lancashire, England)
- Exeter (St Thomas) (Devon, England)
- Croeserw (Bridgend, Wales)
- Churchdown Hill (Gloucestershire, England)
- Chesterfield (Derbyshire, England)
- Blunsdon (Wiltshire, England)
- Bilsdale - Station Tower (North Yorkshire, England)
- Bath (Wiltshire, England)
- Abertillery (County of Herefordshire, England)
- Fort Widley (Hampshire, England)
- Coventry - Pioneer House (Warwickshire, England)
Monday, 6 October 2014
David Moore : Does the radio have an "RDS" system?
If it does, then you might need to enable the "RDS-AF" facility.
This will tell the radio to stick with Radio 1 if the signal on 97.9 becomes poor.
"AF" is a list (supplied digitally) of Alternative Frequencies for a radio station.
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