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Map of all DAB transmitters

You can click on a transmitter group symbol to see all the masts in that county or area, or click on a single transmitter to see the coverage area. Due to the large number of radio transmitters, many have been grouped into counties or administrative areas for ease of viewing.

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 DAB radio transmitter,  DAB transmitter coming,  Transmitter group.

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Monday, 5 September 2016
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Richard Cooper
3:25 PM

Jan Davies: Transmitters which one might call 'main' transmitters transmit Sound Digital with pretty high powers and as high as Digital One, so maybe it's worth considering investing in an external aerial for your car, Jan, so you stand more chance of pulling these into your car DAB radio when you're touring the country and trying to listen to Planet Rock on SDL. Especially bearing in mind there are fewer SDL transmitters than D1 transmitters. Anything to get your signal strength at the receiver end above 60% would be a good idea as long as you don't have to invest TOO much money for such results!!! Richard.

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Jan Davies
4:06 PM

Richard Cooper: Having spent nearly ?300 on DAB over the years, I'm not inclined to spend any more until I can be sure the station will continue, to be honest! The transmitter move has lost them nearly a quarter of their listeners, according to the RAJAR figures. If Bauer show even some small commitment to rectifying that, then it'll be more likely to convince me, so I'm waiting!

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StevensOnln1
4:42 PM

Jan Davies: Planet Rock has been a loss making station for several years, both under it's current and previous ownership. The switch to broadcasting on Sound Digital will have give a large reduction in costs for the station, which should return the station to profitability (and a more certain future) which is what it ultimately exists for, rather than to get the highest number of listeners. I'm sure this will disappoint many people, but it is the commercial reality of how large companies such as Bauer operate.

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Richard Cooper
5:46 PM

Jan Davies: Hi again, Jan. I understand your frustration and consequent reluctance to spend any more money on DAB equipment, given Bauer's reluctance to have supported your case as a loyal listener to 'Planet Rock'. Richard, Norwich.

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Richard Cooper's 422 posts Gold Gold GB
Tuesday, 6 September 2016
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Jan Davies
2:02 PM

StevensOnln1: I know they were losing between ?200k-?300k per year when Bauer bought them. I'd be really surprised if, given the large increase in listeners (which have been lost again since April) meant they were still loss-making, especially given the increased number of adverts being aired and the huge success of their annual festival. Do you know for a fact they were still a loss-making station? Very disappointing if so, I had assumed (with no facts to base the assumption on) that they'd at least have been breaking even.

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Jan Davies's 28 posts Bronze Bronze US
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Jan Davies
2:03 PM

Richard Cooper: Indeed Richard, I refuse to give up hope though - ever the optimist...

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Wednesday, 21 September 2016
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James gregory
4:14 AM

Dab in clacton is available this map is not up to date

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James gregory
4:19 AM

Here is the link to the website that shows you where the transmitters are
http://www.ukdigitalradio.com/coverage/currenttransmitters/

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