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Conway (Conwy, Wales) DAB transmitter
This transmitter has no current reported problems
The BBC and Digital UK report there are no faults or engineering work on the Conway (Conwy, Wales) transmitter.
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Conway DAB transmitter BBC National DAB 12B at 500W
, North West Wales 12D at 500W
What do the map symbols mean? DAB radio transmitter.
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Tuesday, 30 September 2014
Thursday, 2 October 2014
HuwvThomas: The new North Wales multiplex is launching in December from Arfon & Conwy so there could be some work going on at Conwy in preparation for this.
Mark's 181 posts
Thursday, 29 December 2016
Hello, how can I find out when the Conway transmitter will be re-boosted to show more Freeview channels please?
I live in Mochdre (North Wales) and can only get 19 Freeview channels which isn't much in this day and age.
Our local aerial engineer reported that they are waiting to hear when it is being upgraded but are still waiting. Thank you.
Karen Williams's 1 post
Your comment please
Karen Williams: No plans have been announced for any transmitters to be upgraded to receive more channels and it's unlikely that this will change. The operators of the COM4, COM5 and COM6 commercial multiplexes were given the opportunity to expand their coverage from 80 transmitters to 200 at digital switchover but they declined to do so, presumably because they didn't think it would be profitable enough after all the costs they would incur. If you want more channels without subscribing to Sky, you should look at getting Freesat.
StevensOnln1's 336 posts