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Haverfordwest (Pembrokeshire, Wales) DAB transmitter

sa_gmapsGoogle mapsa_bingBing mapsa_gearthGoogle Earthsa_gps51.899,-4.866 or 51°53'58"N 4°51'59"W

This transmitter has no current reported problems

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

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Monday, 24 June 2019
Edward Dilley
10:48 AM
Milford Haven

We are at SA73 3SP, and are trying to use our new JVC DAB receiver.

Your websites are confusing; are we receiving from Haverfordwest or Preseli or Greenhill? Exactly which stations should we receive? When will we get Gold and Scala and Classic FM which we receive well when we are in Peterborough (PE2 5HH)?

Some stations have 'steady four bars' signal strength while others flicker at about three bars.

Your interactive signal strength map doesn't appear to work either. Not a good introduction to DAB here.

Ed Dilley

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4:05 PM

Edward Dilley: The checker only predicts that you will be able to receive the BBC National and South West Wales local DAB multiplexes at your postcode. DAB operates as a single frequency network (SFN) so you will receive a mix of signals from multiple transmitters, which reinforce the signal strength allowing your radio to decode more of the signal. The broadcasters and multiplex operators don't usually announce in advance when their stations will be added to additional transmitters, so we can't tell you if/when you might be able to receive any additional stations in the future.

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