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Dolgellau (Gwynedd, 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 Dolgellau (Gwynedd, Wales) transmitter.
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Dolgellau DAB transmitter BBC National DAB 12B at 650W
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Thursday, 12 March 2015
BBC Radio 2 and Radio 3 on FM in Dolgellau has very bad crackling and interference.
Radio 1, Radio 4 and Radio Cymru are perfectly fine.
I have tried three different radio's and they are all operating the same way crackling and hissing just on Radio 2 and Radio 3.
Today 12/3/2015 this afternoon Radio 2 was just impossible to listen to.
I listen to Radio 2 most days and I know the reception is far better than it is at the moment.
Not sure how to report this problem so I'll start on this website :-)
David Lloyd's 2 posts
Monday, 21 September 2015
I have had intermittent problems recently with receiving all the channels on the PSB2 D3+4 C55 frequency in Dolgellau.
These are ITV, S4C, Ch5, ITV2, Ch4, Ch4+1, More4, Film4, ITV4 and ITV+1.
All the other channels are fine so I can only guess that there is an intermittent fault with the transmitter and not a fault with my TV or aerial ?
Just wondered how to report the problem and if anyone else has had similar issues ?
Mark Stubbs's 1 post
Saturday, 3 September 2016
Your comment please
G Edwards: The Dolgellau transmitter is group C/D however if you are fitting a new aerial a wideband aerial such a a log periodic type will be more future proof (most of the group C/D band will be handed over for mobile broadband use in 2020 requiring transmitters to move to lower frequencies which won't get such good receiption on group C/D aerials and will therefore require replacement of most group C/D aerials in the next few years).
StevensOnln1's 319 posts