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Bristol (City of Bristol, England) analogue radio transmitter

sa_gmapsGoogle mapsa_bingBing mapsa_gearthGoogle Earthsa_gps51.464,-2.573 or 51°27'49"N 2°34'22"W


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This transmitter has no current reported problems

The BBC and Digital UK report there are no faults or engineering work on the Bristol (City of Bristol, England) transmitter.

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Bristol analogue radio transmitter
Ujima Radio  98.0MHz 

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 FM/AM radio mast.

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Bristol AM/FM DAB in City of Bristol AM/FM in City of Bristol

Comments
Friday, 29 March 2013
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Brian wynn
1:53 PM

Since the 27 march I've lost all but 8 channels , tried retuning, tried going back to factory settings as well .. No good not having it . I live in Clifton Bristol a stones throw from whiteladies road and broadcasting house Bristol please help .

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Friday, 12 April 2013
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Steve
6:44 PM

Same position as you Brian. I'm in Old Market, Bristol. Can only find 8 channels after 27 March. Don't suppose the 8 channels are: ITV, Ch4, Ch5, ITV2, Ch4+1, More4, E4, ITV+1?

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KMJ,Derby
8:15 PM

Steve: Are you using a communal aerial? If so it might require adjusting to accommodate the new frequency introduced recently. If it is your own aerial, or a correctly equipped communal aerial, make sure that the receiver is storing channels for the correct transmitter for the aerial. Signals from Barton House or Ilchester Crescent could in some situations be tuned in when, for example, the aerial is pointing to Mendip. In that situation, as a workround try scanning for channels with the aerial unplugged until about C46, then plug it in to cover the Mendip frequencies. For Ilchester Crescent frequencies insert the aerial at about C36. Otherwise clear the channel list, then do a manual tune for each of the frequencies for muxes from the desired transmitter.

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