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High Hunsley (East Riding of Yorkshire, England) DAB transmitter

sa_gmapsGoogle mapsa_bingBing mapsa_gearthGoogle Earthsa_gps53.803,-0.565 or 53°48'10"N 0°33'54"W


Are there any planned engineering works or unexpected transmitter faults on the High Hunsley (East Riding of Yorkshire, England) mast?

No problems on any service. BBC


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Comments
Thursday, 4 September 2014
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Eric
2:20 PM

Since this morning 04/09/14 I have been having reception problems on BBC National DAB (12B) from High Hunsley (East Riding of Yorkshire, England) mast.

The problems seem to have started soon after the DVB-T Freeview changes yesterday.

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Eric's 1 post US
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Peter
4:32 PM

Its a pain, but there's a way to get them back. Go to channel list and delete all the old HD channels, thats 101, 102 ect. Then manually tune them by going to the set up menu, then manual tune...you have to put number 54 in the channel search, I think this is the multiplex number. Then it should find them all again.

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Peter's 1 post GB
Friday, 4 March 2016
J Peter Wilson
11:04 AM

In Bridlington I receive excellent reception of stations broadcasting from the new D2 multiplex both on the JVC car radio and our Pure Evoke Flow and our Roberts Play radios at home. The Evoke Flow shows 75-90% signal strength for D2 as compared to 100% for the BBC, D1 and Humberside multiplexes. Our nearest D2 transmitter is at High Hunsley while the other three multiplexes have a transmitter at Buckton Barn which is just north of Bridlington.

Unfortunately the postcode checker at www.getdigitalradio.com for YO15/YO16 shows no reception of the D2 multiplex which is clearly not true.

Please can you add the SDL National/D2 multiplex to your DAB listing and remove the Yorkshire multiplex which no longer exists.

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