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Okehampton (Devon, England) DAB transmitter

sa_gmapsGoogle mapsa_bingBing mapsa_gearthGoogle Earthsa_gps50.754,-4.006 or 50°45'13"N 4°0'21"W


This transmitter has no current reported problems

The BBC and Digital UK report there are no faults or engineering work on the Okehampton (Devon, England) transmitter.

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Comments
Friday, 28 April 2017
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Steve S
7:39 PM

Hi we have continual problems with the ITV channels on our digital aerial and have to retune frequently BBC is fine but ITV breaks down or cannot be seen - HD channels work fine should we just go for Freeview Sat dish?
we live in Northlew EX20

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Saturday, 29 April 2017
MikeP
8:34 AM

Steve S:

Unfortunately, a partial post code is not at all helpful as it does not bring up the transmitter or reception data dfor your location, so please provide a full post code.

It is quite possible that you have a poor connection in your aerial system somewhere. That can be frequency selective and affect just one of just a few of the multiplexes, leaving others working fine. So please carefully check all the connections, concentrating on getting a good clean connectionall the way from the TV to the aerial. You may need to gently tighten the pcoaxial plugs and sockets and to pull the aerial plugs out and put them back in several times to ensure there is a good, clean and tight connection.

Then check that you are correctly tuned to you best transmitter - but do not do a retune. Check the channels being received and the signal strengths for each. That should ideally be between 50% and 85% for the SD channels and between 60% and 85% for the HD ones. Any higher or lower will cause the sort of problems you are experiencing.

Please report back here goving the details of location, channels and strengths.



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