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Knockmore (Moray, Scotland) DAB transmitter

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This transmitter has no current reported problems

The BBC and Digital UK report there are no faults or engineering work on the Knockmore (Moray, Scotland) transmitter.

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Tuesday, 21 June 2016
7:02 PM

Is there any reduction in power of signal from the Knock More transmitter. I am currently experiencing problems with reception .

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Richard Cooper
7:49 PM Norwich

Tom: Hi, Tom. Current reports state that Knock More is running normally, which must be at its full power of 5000 watts for the BBC mux,, which is pretty much standard for a high power DAB transmitter. You need to remember that Knock More transmits the BBC National DAB multiplex and Mounteagle the Inverness local mux.
I've checked Mounteagle too, and there are no problems on Mounteagle either,
so if you're trying to listen to a station that is not within this BBC group of stations or the Inverness group of stations from Mounteagle you would have to be receiving it from a different transmitter. Hope this helps. Suggest you try all the usual things: extend aerial, place radio near a window, preferably upstairs, etc. Richard, Norwich.

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