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Selkirk (The Scottish Borders, Scotland) DAB transmitter

sa_gmapsGoogle mapsa_bingBing mapsa_gearthGoogle Earthsa_gps55.556,-2.794 or 55°33'21"N 2°47'39"W


This transmitter has no current reported problems

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

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 DAB radio transmitter.

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Comments
Sunday, 29 January 2017
M
Martin
9:07 AM

MikeP - I really understand your point of view, I know how frustrating it is when someone does what I'm doing, and if I could reveal further I would. However, this information is not on the internet, it comes from a spreadsheet that sadly isn't for publication.

But I did also ask you (or rather the website) toi explain how it had come up with what are no more than these guesses for Mendip and Selkirk, and you haven't been able to tell me that either.

My main thought is that whilst there is any doubt about the allocations published here for the post B700 clearance situation it would be better to remove them rather than possibly mislead people. And I'll look at that feedback form you've linked to, thank you.

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MikeP
5:20 PM

Martin:

A spreadsheet that is not for publication cannot be trusted at all. I would rather rely more on the information provided by Ofcom and Arqiva.



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Saturday, 4 February 2017
M
Martin
9:02 AM

Fair enough MikeP, it's pointless to carry on the debate as clearly you don't want to believe that I've got something that's actually "from the horse's mouth".

In the meantime, you'd better catch up on this: I'd have told you about it a month ago if you'd been a bit less sure of your own ground but it's official now....

http://www.digitaluk.co.u….pdf

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MikeP
7:47 PM

Martin:

At last! All we ever wanted was knowledge of the source of your information. Without that it is considered as pure speculation and untrustworthy. In scientific/technical circles it is usual to state the source of any information given.



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Sunday, 5 February 2017
M
Martin
8:24 AM

Well sadly of course that WASN'T the source of my information, merely public confirmation of one tiny part of the jigsaw. The full channel list is still - sadly - not published by Ofcom or anyone else.

Please don't patronise me with your remarks about what is usual; it is also usual that sources are not revealed where it would compromise their position.

Anyway, as you are so determined to mealy-mouth your way round the subject I'll leave you and this website in its stubborn ignorance. "Pure speculation and untrustworthy". Listen to yourself.

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The Cush
8:29 AM

A work in progress, ECC 700 MHz Coordination Information Repository- CEPT.ORG

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Monday, 6 February 2017
MikeP
7:08 PM

Martin:

You commenst are unwarranted and inaccurate.



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