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Newhaven (East Sussex, England) analogue radio transmitter
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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 Newhaven (East Sussex, England) transmitter.
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Wednesday, 21 December 2011
We live on the South side of Lewes in Keere Street. We have always received analogue radio signals from Newhaven with an external aerial. We are unable to see any other transmitter due to our location and recently the signal from Newhaven has been downgraded to the point where it's not usable. As mentioned we have an outdoor aerial and a very good tuner but the reception recently is terrible. I also notice when driving to Newhaven the reception in the car is the same.
Bernard Pittam's 1 post
Friday, 13 January 2012
I live near the top of the valley in Denton (BN9). I am aware of the switchover due in March onwards, and I have a couple of comments and questions.
I receive Freeview (and DAB - proper aerial)from Whitehawk and have for years lost ITV, & 4 etc in wet weather. I realised on New Years Day that I was watching Ch4 and it was raining, so yes, well pleased with improved performance!
After Newhaven comes on stream will it still be sensible to pick up Freeview from Brighton (ie do nothing other than retune) or should I realign my aerial (or even need a new aerial, get rid of the amplifier etc)?
And what is happening with FM radio from Newhaven? I have three DAB radios around my home for covenience, but do not have DAB in the car and prefer Radio3 on FM at any time, even in the kitchen (not just serious listening on the hifi). Now the noise is awful even in mono even though I can almost lean out and touch the transmitter when at home!
Dave Rogers's 14 posts
Tuesday, 17 January 2012Your comment please