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My analogue and DAB radio transmitters at PGSTART100

Note: under development. To help you to work out which DAB, FM and AM radio stations you can get, we have just traced your location to all of the transmitters within hundreds of miles. We use groundwave for AM broadcasts. For those you have access to, only the ones sending a strong enough signal are shown. DAB radio stations are grouped before transmission into 'Muxes' (multiplexes) which then broadcast on one frequency. The radio stations you can get are listed below the map.

On the following map, yellow house shows where you are and all the possible DAB (white), FM (blue) and AM (green) transmitters: You can single-click on the mast locations to show their calculated coverage area. You can also use the buttons below the map to choose transmitter name with a colour-coded Mux.

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Click these to show them on the map:

 DAB, FM, MW/LW,

List of radio stations you can listen to

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More radio stations on digital TV

There are three other popular ways to receive radio broadcasts: using Freeview, using Sky or using Freesat. There are over 30 radio stations on Freeview, almost 60 on Sky and about 40 on Freesat. You will need an aerial and digital TV for Freeview, a satellite dish and decoder box for both Freesat and Sky. If you use a screen with these services you also need a TV Licence, which isn't required at all for DAB or FM. You can see a full list of the radio stations here: Showing the free channels on Radio stations on digital TV.

Coverage areas shown

Because analogue signals fade over distance (and over time on the AM band) the shown coverage areas are for optimal reception, including FM stereo. It is often (and sometime occasionally) possible to get more stations than listed on AM and FM, but with poorer quality.

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Thursday, 30 June 2022
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Anthony
12:53 PM
Leeds

Your current reception perditions appear to be very, very, wrong (LEEDS). When will you get these correct?

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Chris.SE
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2:03 PM

Anthony:

Whose predictions are your referring to, this site or Freeview's site? And without a full postcode, it's not possible to make any constructive comment.
But just to add, predictions are predictions and what may be achievable in a specific location may be slightly different depending on local obstructions and the like.

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Chris.SE's 3,170 posts GB
Saturday, 22 October 2022
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kara
12:38 PM

ive noticed on my landline is picking up radio and other peoples calls ive narrowed it down to blackhill and Clyde 1 radio or a sports radio because its playing football since last night crazy , sky is saying it'll be a crossfire but should be resolved by Tuesday

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kara's 2 posts GB
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Chris.SE
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8:13 PM

kara:

If telephone lines develop bad joints or get connected to another line's wire due to insulation failure etc. then these sort of things can happen. When it's picking up radio it'll most likely be just the strongest signal(s) near the cable fault. As you've contacted your phone provider it should be completely resolved. It's not the fault of any of the radio stations you might hear.
As you've been getting calls for another number due to the crossed line, the only thing you should watch out for is that you aren't billed for any calls that the other party have made on their line.

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