Do I need to buy a booster?
With analogue television, it has often been necessary to buy an amplifier to improve the quality of the television picture, or to supply a steady on several televisions fed from the same aerial.369 comments “Peter Wright:Unlikely at present. Skelmersdale is partly served by a Freeview Lite transmitter but there would be issues with interference from o”
Freeview reception - all about aerials
Your ability to receive all the Freeview transmissions depends on the suitability of aerial: the design style, "group" and its physical location.3510 comments “Martyn: Digital UK are still reporting that COM4/5/6 are broadcasting at 200kW on Rowridge VP, there hasn t been any reduction in broadcast power on R”
How to install
This new section will be starting 10 Feb 2005.53 comments “Chris Bell: The power of Blaenplwyf s COM channels are 10kW and its PSBs are 40kW. The COM channels also use a transmission mode that is less robust a”
- Dave Lindsay
Four of the Freeview multiplexes (collections of channels) broadcast in one mode known as "16 QAM (3/4)", and the other two broadcast in another mode called "64QAM (2/3)".450 comments “Jackson G: The aspect of your problem that s still inclined to suggest its being caused by software defect is the fact of the TV shutting down when ce”