Campbeltown - NE (Argyll and Bute, Scotland) analogue radio transmitter
|Google map||Bing map||Google Earth||55.433,-5.571 or 55°25'57"N 5°34'14"W|
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).
This transmitter has no current reported problemsThe BBC and Digital UK report there are no faults or engineering work on the Campbeltown - NE (Argyll and Bute, Scotland) transmitter.
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What do the map symbols mean?FM/AM radio mast.
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Saturday, 19 October 2013
10:21 PM Ballycastle
pgw: No not muddled up.Terrain is a very big problem for this local independent radio station with Ofcom restricted power output /erp.To link to the main transmitter at S.Knapdale it requires a link from the studio in Campbeltown to this foresaid transmitter[in east Kintyre] then linked to Ballygroggan [ in west Kintyre-about 6 miles away] which then links/feeds the well sited S. Knapdale transmitter.[S. Knapdale is used by the BBC[at much higher power output/erp] to cover the listening area ,etc]
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John/Sean's: Freeview map terrain plot frequency data R&TI Service digitaluk trade DAB coverage
pgw: The Argyll FM transmitters are shown correctly, however the link to the original Campbeltown TV transmitter site, which currently houses transmitters for Freeview TV and BBC national FM services, is missing from the "FM, MW and LW transmitters in Argyll and Bute" page. There is a link to the BBC FM service page from the Campbeltown (Argyll and Bute, Scotland) Freeview Light transmitter page.
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Sunday, 20 October 2013
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