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Blaen Plwyf (Ceredigion, Wales) DAB transmitter

sa_gmapsGoogle mapsa_bingBing mapsa_gearthGoogle Earthsa_gps52.360,-4.103 or 52°21'35"N 4°6'10"W


This transmitter has no current reported problems

The BBC and Digital UK report there are no faults or engineering work on the Blaen Plwyf (Ceredigion, Wales) transmitter.

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Comments
Wednesday, 19 November 2014
G Kenwrick
5:42 PM Newtown

Can I get DAB transmissions in Kerry Wales SY16 4PD

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G Kenwrick
5:48 PM Newtown

G Kenwrick: I am looking for DAB reception for Kerry SY16 4PD

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Thursday, 20 November 2014
G Kenwrick
2:23 PM Newtown

G Kenwrick: When will I get DAB at SY16 4PD

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Thursday, 28 January 2016
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Philip Davies
6:11 PM Borth

There is (as you know) a DAB transmitter for Ceredigion at Blaenplwyf. I live at SY24 5BT (Llandre) and I have a new top-of-the-range receiver which picks up a good FM signal from Blaenplwyf on an indoor aerial. However, on DAB even the stronger signal of the BBC's DAB stations is unstable and constantly subject to intolerable interference. I had been warned that the British DAB standard was a very compromised and unsatisfactory broadcasting medium when I bought this radio. However, my radio is fortunately also capable of picking up the allegedly improved DAB+ signal. I must ask when this promised usable form of digital radio broadcasting will replace the utterly inadequate DAB signal broadcast at present? Frankly, the current DAB service must be regarded as a ridiculous waste of time and money, and is in urgent need of replacement.

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Thursday, 26 October 2017
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David Jones
12:48 PM

why is commercial DAB reception so poor, when all BBC DAB channels are good? I live a few miles east of Blaenplwyf, at 300 metres altitude (virtually line of sight), yet I cannot listen to LBC without juggling the receiver position to a ridiculous extent.
I have noticed this problem in other parts of the UK, but the commercial DAB signal in this area is much much worse.

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