Lark Stoke (Gloucestershire, England) DAB transmitter
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Are there any planned engineering works or unexpected transmitter faults on the Lark Stoke (Gloucestershire, England) mast?
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Wednesday, 7 March 2018
Neil Podmore: The Lark Stoke Freeview page (you've posted on the DAB page) shows engineering work taking place in the early hours of this morning relating to the frequency changes for COM4/5/6, however nothing shows for yesterday. Do not attempt to retune yet if you are still missing the PSB muxes (BBC1/2/ITV/C4/C5 etc) as these are still on the same frequencies and would point to a fault with your aerial system if these are still missing (retuning when you have no signal will just delete all of your channels and attempt to search for them again).
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Monday, 19 March 2018
I have but the signal strength appears too low on that one multiplex refusing reception of movies4men and the other channels carried on that individual one.
I thought it may be my equipment but I went and checked another aerial system with the same results.
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